How an aspiring Instagram influencer paid off her $10K debt in 14 months

Lisette Calveiro said she racked up her immense credit card debt while trying to become "Instagram famous" and shares her tips for how she paid it all off in a little over a year.
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And now we're gonna go to that is to brand influence who went fouled on the dollar than to death. Consumer trying to impress her followers now since revealing how he pulled himself out of the red and help others can to keep shivers secretive with eighty feet aerial rescue. And good morning to you aerial. Good morning nice cheer for the lot of won enough yeah a lot of people can relate to that pressure to keep up appearances on social media but one woman tells us it actually left her completely broke now she's sharing her story and letting us in on how she completely. Turned around her finances. High fashion high heels and a sky high price tag if I need your honest opinion. We can for them. 21 with sickle Beryl moved to the Big Apple determined to lived a Sex and the City lifestyle I was so enamored by the glamour those are the girls who were shopping and time. At the time her internship only paid her a small travel stipend as supplemented that with savings they also had a retail job that it. Was not catching up to the costs of living but that didn't stop her from obsessing over the finer things. Spending way beyond her means to keep Bubba glamorous persona for her all important followers on ins to Graham is really about senate keeping up. And living. Paycheck to paycheck without really having a paycheck champagne dreams but it shoestring exact thing with that eventually moved back to Miami where she got a job in PR and live did home with her parents know rent next shelling out even more money on lavish trip just imposed on social media. I was like okay well I wanna go somewhere in you every month. As her following grew thirteen thousand filers so did heard debt. Pinching her until about 101000 Osgood you have multiple credit card that and that was the issue I didn't keep up with the balance as a hall. That pressure to keep up her online president's coming at a heavy cost. And the price for that in the biggest blow out so the most expensive thing and spotless they have intends livid time. Then an epiphany it was this is kind of wake up Cobb I a can't. Feel successful. If at the end of the day I have credit card debt. Her used to grand feed take a backseat to her budget back in New York Lisette moved in with a roommate to save on rent. Cook most of her meals at home on a strict 35 dollar week grocery allowance and started renting clothes instead of buying that. They get to have this kind of rotating closet all the time. To be able to still be passed in about. A list that was able to pay off for 101000 dollar debt in just fourteen months now she said living within her means is paying off. I don't regret. The experiences I have but I regret not waiting to do them when I could actually afford them that I can enjoy them a little bit more. And with that credits her sister for calling out her overspending it would need someone to keep you in fact NASA now she says she's actually letting her best life finally living frugally. She has more followers now by the way than she did before she saying she still having fun with her passion for fashion and travel she's just doing it smarter now living in her me. It's and we saw for McCain that she made but she also gave them tips on how to be Smart and save money is what yet these are pretty gut I was listening myself to that she says she has a monthly date with herself and maybe a glass of wine with a finance spreadsheet. And her paycheck to make sure she's still doing okay she also said she leads her wallet at home when she goes shopping Michael says she doesn't make those impulse purchases. And she says she can also. Got to dinner with her girlfriends and still have signed go to those lavish dinner parties but Chile does it once a month. And she make sure that they all split on traits to keep the cost CI have friends who leave their wallet at home when we go to dinner. Make it crocodiles are. And. There are great it's great tips and I'm hopefully no one goes in debt trying to be mr. Graham do you have the best way to got a lot to be. You think the area thank you so much.

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