A few years ago, Sarah Li Cain found herself jobless, broke, and in $9,000 credit card debt after a breakup with her boyfriend.
Today, Sarah is debt-free, married, and living a happy life with her husband and spirited toddler.
Sarah is a freelance writer and illustrator. She believes in the power of storytelling and wants people to share their money stories to remove the stigma around money. An avid traveler, she believes that the way to a happy and productive life is to love your money and be compassionate when it comes to your finances.
I am so excited to share Sarah’s story and introduce her brand new book, Cha Ching! A Money Coloring Book.
In the interview, Sarah shares:
- The lessons she learned from racking up more than $9,000 in credit card debt from an unhealthy relationship
- How she paid off the credit card in less than a year
- Her advice to anyone currently in a similar situation
- How she’s using her experience to teach others to love their money
- And the message behind her brand new coloring book
Thanks again to Sarah for sharing her debt-free journey and her new coloring book with us!How @sarahlicain went from credit card debt to loving her money. Click To Tweet
Sarah’s brand new coloring book, “Cha Ching! A Money Coloring Book” is available by clicking here.
You can find out more about Sarah at HighFivingDollars.com.
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