Debt happens to the best of us. The reason behind it could be anything from unpaid bills to emergency expenses. And having just celebrated Christmas, everyone’s still recovering from the holiday expenses. But the story still ends the same way: You're in a financial backlog which seems too huge to overcome.

The good news is that you always have the chance to turn your situation around, just as long as you have the discipline and the conviction to do so. It may seem dismal at the beginning, but trust us when we say that it gets easier.

Read on for practical tips on how to begin your journey to financial recovery. Bouncing back takes months—even years—so remember to have patience.

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