The MvD Store & A Few Resources We Love…

Our Premium Guides:

You Vs. Debt: This is your life. Fight back.

6-week, comprehensive course that takes you step-by-step through the process of eliminating your debt.

Includes: weekly videos, audio downloads, worksheets, templates, and access to private, members-only forums.

Turn your Clutter into Cash:

Sell Your Crap ($37/$47 editions)

Mega-package of 4 guides, 328 pages, more than 110 screenshots.  Contains Sell Your Crap main guide & 3 Step-by-Step Modules (eBay, craigslist, & Amazon).


Unconventional Guides:


Unconventional Guides are a collection of resources produced by Chris Guillebeau of The Art of Non-Conformity blog and book. Chris’ mentorship and content have had a bigger influence on our blogging, travel, and business than anything else – online or off.

All the guides are fantastic. You won’t be disappointed.


Travel Hacking Cartel is a private, membership-based community that Courtney and Adam Baker love. It’s led by expert travel hacker Chris Guillebeau.

Contains dozens of video tutorials and instructions for “hacking” hundreds of dollars in savings when traveling. They also send urgent updates on special deals, time-sensitive offers, and rare travel promotions.


Man Vs. Debt Runs On:

Thesis is the premium WordPress theme we’ve used since the first month of Man Vs. Debt. In the early days, the robust support forums saved us a ridiculous amount of time, money and energy.

These days we hire experts to help us customize the site; however, we can make dozens of minor changes with a few clicks.  We love this theme.


HostGator is where we now host all our sites – including Man Vs. Debt.

After having a horrible experience with other hosting providers (never use GoDaddy – sigh), we finally took the advice of around a dozen of our friends and switched to HostGator. We’ve been happy ever since!


Aweber is the service we use to deliver our primary e-mail communications – including full blog posts to subscribers. For 95% of entrepreneurs and bloggers, it’s the top option.

It’s affordable, reliable and heavily customizable. Best of all, we’ve *never* had a bad customer service experience with them.



MailChimp is a newer e-mail delivery service we are currently testing. The service is engaging, useful, and most of all, fun to use!

It syncs incredibly well with many other services and programs – allowing us to better segment customers and readers. This allows us to offer a much more customized experience.


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