An Ordinary British Guy Blogs Himself Out of Debt

In the current economic climate, one British man tries to make sense of it all. Starting with the story of his own debt meltdown, he aims to turn his life around and document the journey in his blog and pick up others in need of help with all manner of topics under the banner of personal finance along the way.

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Bognor Regis, West Sussex (PRWEB) September 14, 2009

Lee Smallbone (26) started out in January 2009 owing over £15,000 in unsecured loans and credit cards. Faced with the prospect of divorce and losing his home, he decided to take hold of his worsening situation and work himself out of debt for good within 12 months, and then onwards towards financial security and prosperity. Above all else, he wants to help others do the same.

The world of UK personal finance has always been a minefield, and this has never been more true in the current Credit Crunch climate. His blog is his diary, a guidebook, a "do it yourself" get out of debt and prosper manual, and it's all available in stark honest blog format at FivePencePiece.com

There are no quick fixes involved, no get-rich-quick schemes and no scams. Just hard work, planning and strategy. Documenting what works for him and what doesn't, writing reviews on financial products and services, and offering help to ordinary British people in the most difficult financial times a generation of people know.

If you'd like more information about his blog called FivePencePiece, or to schedule an interview with Lee Smallbone, please call 01243 323004 or (preferably) e-mail Lee at lee (at) fivepencepiece (dot) com.

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