Blogging Away Debt? It Can Happen

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A 30-something woman hopes that exposing her financial life will help her become debt-free. She painstakingly charts each expense online, at BloggingAwayDebt.com. In a year and a half, she has paid off almost half of her more than $37,000 credit-card debt. She has also gained a lot of fans.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Keeping pace with our neighbors' lifestyle can easily land us in debt. But that's okay; the Internet has a solution for that, too.

Our last word in business today is Blogging Away Debt. That's the site of a 30-something woman who hopes that exposing her financial life will help her become debt-free.

She painstakingly charts each expense online. In a year and a half, she's paid off almost half of her more than $37,000 credit-card debt. She has also gained a lot of fans. But they need not fear the day she pays off the rest of the debt. They can turn to her other site, Blogging Away Fat.

This is MORNING EDITION from NPR News. I'm Renee Montagne.

STEVE INSKEEP, host

And I'm Steve Inskeep.

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