About Budgets are Sexy: For me, the Budgets Are Sexy blog has always been about the community. Sharing cool ideas, sharing lessons learned, and making money a FUN topic to talk about! I believe everyone’s path to financial independence is slightly different, and I’m excited to share more about mine. And learn about yours!
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