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Homeschooling mom to four kids, ages 18, 18, 10, and 6.
Homeschooling mom to 4
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Originally Posted by ameliabedelia
My parents don't have any debt, have never had ANY debt, no mortgage, no car loans, no students loan, never used credit cards and they are major pack rats, closets and whole house is very cluttered and usually messy.
Originally Posted by A&A
A couple of questions...
Suze Orman said that she can tell by looking at your closet whether or not you are in cc debt. According to her, messy closet=debt. So, what does your closet look like? Does this ring true to you? Is there a correlation between "cleaning up" your finances and the rest of your house?
Secondly, are any of you still using credit cards? Do you have, for example, one card you still use each month, but pay that card off in full while working on the other cards? Why or why not?
Originally Posted by pageta
I read this about a week ago and have thought about it quite a bit. I'm self-employed in direct sales, and what I notice is that there is a direct correllation between the state of my house and my business. If my house is in order, I'm working my business. If my house is a mess, I'm not getting much of anything done, including working my business. I have much better mental clarity when my house is in order, including my closets. When I'm working my business, I'm making money. So that would tie the clean closets to the money...if you want to go that far.
Does that make sense?
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