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Kayla Sloan

Savings, Budget and Debt Expert

Kayla Sloan is a writer with an expertise in debt, budgeting and saving money. She is focused on paying off her consumer and student loans, while simplifying her life and closet. Kayla's work has been featured across the web, including on The Huffington Post, Time, credit.com and AOL. You can follow her as she blogs about her journey out of debt at www.kaylasloan.com.

Posts by Kayla Sloan:

by Kayla Sloan Sep 09, 2016

Fashion involves more than peaking into your closet every morning and throwing on the first set of clothes that you can find. In my opinion, clothing and accessories give me the opportunity to express my individuality on a daily basis. Even though I strive for my personal style to come off as both fun and unique, I still like to follow some of the new trends from time to time. But I’m on a limited budget. Read more

by Kayla Sloan Jan 20, 2017

We look up to celebrities for all sorts of things, from fashion advice to tips on which charities to support. But one thing we probably shouldn’t look up to celebrities for is financial advice. While there are some celebrities who have their financial houses in order, the truth is that many of the “rich and famous” are definitely more famous than rich, despite bringing in several times what the average American family earns each year. But while we might not want to emulate them, we can definitely learn from them. Here are four celebrity money mistakes we can all learn from. Read more

by Kayla Sloan Sep 30, 2022

One of the lessons I’ve learned as I continue to work my way out of debt is that you need to treat yourself and celebrate your little successes along the way so you can avoid debt fatigue down the road. Celebrating small milestones, like getting another $1,000 knocked off your debt total, starting to put money aside for retirement or paying off a credit card balance, is important for both your sanity and your family’s sanity. Read more

by Kayla Sloan Feb 16, 2015

It’s almost impossible to get through life without taking on debt at some point or another. Between using student loans to go to college, taking out an auto loan for your first car or qualifying for… Read more