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The Obligatory Cable Cutting Article - Part I

I know, I know. I can hear it from here: "Another blog trying to get me to cancel my precious boob tube service?". Oh, come now - you all knew it was coming. But since there are so many articles out there like this already, I'm hoping to provide an article full of not only the reasons you should cut your cable bill, but also the practical alternatives that I've found to be the most easy to get along with. Over the next two posts (this one and a follow-up by Courtney), we'll be going over the benefits of removing television service from your balance sheet and how you can fill the void left by it (hint: it's really not hard). Let's take a look at some of the reasons you may want to oust your cable service in favor of a cheaper alternative:

Saying "This is why I can't have nice things" is Holding You Back

Continuing on with the theme from my last post of common quotes, this week I thought I'd pick another: "This is why I can't have nice things". Uttering these words can slowly eat away at not only your financial well-being but can dramatically change how you shop and value the things you buy or own. By being more thoughtful about what we spend our precious resources on we can develop a healthier relationship between us and the things we own and be able to get ourselves on sounder financial footing.

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