Hey y’all! It’s been a while since we’ve given an update on our garage & roof repairs, and while it’s been slow going due to so much rain (and some snow!) recently, we’re so excited to share some progress! The framing is done and we are ready for shingles! Hooray! We are so thankful to […]

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As many of us are thinking about big financial resolutions and goals we want to achieve with the new year, our hope is that sharing our financial journey and what we’ve learned along the way would inspire, encourage, and empower YOU to make your financial goals happen too! If you missed Part 1, you can […]

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  • Elizabeth Burns - You are so right about budgeting for fun and giving. We neglected that area and started to feel like total Scrooges. I am still in complete awe that you guys paid for dental school out of pocket! (Virtual high five!)ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - Thanks, Elizabeth!! So proud of y’all on your financial journey too! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Em - My favorite line: “Money is a tool for living and loving others well. And we want our saving AND spending to reflect that and bring glory to Him!” YES!ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - Thanks, Em! It was our favorite lesson learned too! 🙂 xoxo!ReplyCancel

As we begin a new year, many of us are thinking about big financial resolutions and goals we want to achieve.  While we all have very individual and unique circumstances, we strongly believe that debt freedom and financial freedom is achievable for anyone willing to put in the hard work, perseverance, planning, and self-discipline required. […]

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  • Christina - Wow thanks for sharing your journey. Looking forward to reading more.ReplyCancel

  • Rhiannon - Your commitment to financial freedom is so inspiring, Robyn! Can’t wait for part two!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Burns - Yay, Robyn! I have been looking forward to these posts. You and your hubby are financial rockstars and I can’t wait to read part two. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Angela - I loved reading this and thinking back to being around you during that time! We had fun at our corporate jobs 😄. I’ll never forget the day you were discussing monthly food budgets and you said $100 for 2 people is enough right? Haha! I loved that about you. I’m so happy for you that you have been able to achieve so many financial goals! God is good!!ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - HA! I was a total rookie in my beginning budgeting days!! I love that you remember that – I totally forgot!! 🙂 Thank you, friend!ReplyCancel

  • Maghon Taylor - SO proud of you for sharing this story. It’s going to inspire so many!ReplyCancel

  • Journey to Debt Freedom (Part 2) » The Van Dykes Blog - […] As many of us are thinking about big financial resolutions and goals we want to achieve with the new year, our hope is that sharing our financial journey and what we’ve learned along the way would inspire, encourage, and empower YOU to make your financial goals happen too! If you missed Part 1, you can read it here! […]ReplyCancel

  • Em - Love this so, so much! You guys are fantastic examples of “live like no one else so you can live like no one else.” Can’t wait to read more of your story for years to come!ReplyCancel