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“Our big dream, of course, is that our son will be 100% healthy. While managing our money better won’t necessarily make our son better, the great thing is that our financial stress is now something that we have put behind us. There is less stress in our home, which also adds to possible healing,” says Catherien.

At the beginning of the year, the family bought their first home, a real fixer-upper. The big dream is to renovate the house by the end of the year with cash.

“No loans and no debt! We are making a priority list, getting quotes for what we cannot

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