by debt?

Do you feel like you can never get ahead? Have you tried paying off your debt, but you’ve lost momentum? 

I get it. 

You’re working hard, but money feels soooo tight. Living paycheck to paycheck is stressing you out! You feel like you’re hustling and getting nowhere.

But what if everything changed?

What if you could actually pay off your debt without winning the lotto or your sanity?

I know you’re frustrated by the ever-accumulating interest and you know how hard it is to dig yourself out of your debt.

That’s why I want to help you kick debt to the curb!

I’m Amberlee Rich! I’m an online educator, blogger, & creator of the #DebtDumpChallenge. 

I’m a goal-oriented kinda girl and my husband and I realized that the one thing that was holding us back from our big dreams was…..money! And I’m guessing that money is holding you back too.  This realization changed everything for us. We started attacking our debt like we were being chased by a grizzly bear. And in July 2019 we became debt-free (mortgage and all)! Hallelujah!

While we were in our fight to anillate our debt, we started the #DebtDumpChallenge to help others dump their debt.  We had over 50 families join and a collective goal to pay off over a million dollars in a year. And you know what, we have seen so many people crush their goals and pay off more than they planned!

We’re opening up the #DebtDumpChallenge for 2020 and we want to see you in there! 

If you aren’t happy with where you’re at, now’s the time to make a change.  And I’d bet if you could have 20/20 vision to see into the future, you’d wish you would’ve tackled your debt sooner.

So don’t wait until next year or cross your fingers in hopes that you’ll be able to retire someday. Be proactive now.  Embrace the financial mess you’re in and start cleaning it up.

Wouldn’t it be nice if our finances would just auto-correct themselves? Sadly it doesn’t work that way.  It takes intention, consistency, and perseverance. That’s why I want to invite you to join us on the journey of dumping your debt for good!

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