Friday, December 5, 2008

My Journey to Financial Freedom

I've begun a new blog. This will still be focused on my life and what I am up to. You can follow my new blog about Financial Freedom. It's a step by step guide for getting Greg out of debt. It will be a fun little thing to do and you'll be able to know every little thing about me.

Hopefully if you follow it, you'll be able to learn a little something about getting out of debt. During this time of recession, it's important for all of us to get out of debt and become more self-reliant.


Rachel said...

Hey so Matt's cousin just married a BYU running back named Bryan. Know him? Nice guy.

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