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How I Saved Over $100,000 As A Black Woman

I love saving money. The idea of stockpiling money, building a nest egg, squirreling away my little nuts really excites me. I love buying things on sale, getting a deal, not only honoring a budget but even spending under budget. It all gives me a thrill. I’ve always been pretty responsible with money and disciplined with spending. I take pride in honoring what I have. I don’t think you have to spend a lot of money…

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Andrea Coleman

Lawyer, Comic & Writer with over 815K views: I love rules, writing & laughing. https://linktr.ee/AndreaColemanComedy

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