Cultivating Financial Freedom Wrap Up

September 30, 2016

Cultivating Financial Freedom

Today I’m wrapping up the Cultivating Financial Freedom Series. During the month of September, I shared my debt free journey and walked you though the steps you need to take to become financially free as well.  I covered all of the budgeting basics.  Below are the five blog posts (with links) I shared this month.


Set Financial Goals.


Debt Free Kit via A Bowl Full of Lemons


Create A Written Budget.


The Written Budget by A Bowl Full of Lemons 2


Use a Cash Envelope System.


Cash Envelope System by A Bowl Full of Lemons 12


Save More Money.


10 Simple Ways to Save Money via A Bowl Full of Lemons


Read Inspiring Financial Books


Living Well Spending Less


I hope you were inspired to make important goals and create a path that will lead you towards a debt free future. Let me know if you enjoyed this series and if you’d like to read more about budgeting and finances?


3 comments on “Cultivating Financial Freedom Wrap Up

  1. Laurie says:

    Loved the series and would always be glad to hear more! Thank you for sharing your insight with us… I’m sad it’s over cause I still have so much to learn but I think a lot of it has to be learned by experience so here we go!

  2. Dusti says:

    Love this! Getting started this month 🙂 Silly question. When you pull funds what currency do you typically get it in? When I often withdraw funds I typically get 20’s, 10’s and 5’s, so when something gets pulled via debit and I have to do the “back in the bank” cash. I don’t have smaller bills to put the right amount back. For example, if I need to put $12 back in but only have 20’s. Its a serious pain to try to remember to break these down and get in in the envelope. Curious as how you handle that. Thanks!

    • Toni says:

      I calculate exactly what I need, write it down, and give it to the teller. So If I need 5 $10’s or 10 $1’s, etc… Ill let her know.

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