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"I want to be further along in my journey," Wynonna says." ... [But] I woke up this morning and I thought, 'What's my motto for today?' And it was, 'I may not be where I want to be, but I'm sure as heck not where I was.'"

In her book, Coming Home to Myself, Wynonna talks about the painful life changes she's made to come to terms with three difficult areas in her life: food, family and finances.

"I realized the rest of my home is in such disorder," Wynonna says. "Financially I have [reduced] my spending by 30 percent. I don't do credit cards anymore. I'm actually on a budget where at the beginning of the month I get an envelope and I live off that."

Wynonna says that her "financial diet" is even more difficult than her struggle with overeating.
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FROM: Brooke Shields, Wynonna Judd, Steven Cojocaru: A Special Follow Up
Published on September 27, 2005

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