A sudden income loss can be stressful and send a family into a dizzying downward spiral. Here are 5 things you must do if you’re experiencing a sudden income loss.
Here you'll find encouragement, practical tips, and training on how to manage your money in a way that honors God.
Whose fault is it when the paycheck doesn’t come and you can’t pay your bills? A sudden income loss can happen to any of us at any time. You do have a choice but you can’t make it when the income stops.
Turning 40 came and went like any other day in the life of a work-at-home, homeschooling mama. I got up, did my thing, and went for dinner. Age has always just been a number to me. I’ve always felt older than I am, but in a good way. Those I worked with and hang out […]
Shopping online is a wonderful way to save time, gas, and sanity. But there are times when online shopping can have a negative impact on your budget. Read more to find out when it is better to stay off the online stores.
e you believing these lies about budgeting? If so, they are holding you back from true financial freedom. Learn the truth that will set you free. Click to learn more.
Rolling credit card debt into your new or refinanced mortgage is a tempting option. Lower monthly payout and fewer payments to manage. But is it a good strategy for you? Read more to find out.
Online shopping can be such a time saver. No cold (or hot) car to get into. No crowds to deal with. No kids whining about junk at the checkout. Plus, you save gas which saves money. You can also save money shopping online with these secrets. This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase through […]
Experience is the best teacher. Helping your kids learn about money at an early age will set them up for a lifetime of good money management. These 5 things will help your kids learn about money and how important it is to mange it well.
In these past 7 months as a young wife, I have learned countless things and many lessons. One of them is that you can learn a great deal about yourself by looking at how you handle finances. Another, more important discovery is: how you and your spouse work together financially says an awful lot about […]
Everyone dreams of a stress-free holiday season. That time between mid-November and January first is often a wonderfully busy time of year. We plan our Thanksgiving dinner, Christmas card list, and the cookies we want to bake but normally not before the beginning of November. But you know what can’t wait until November first? Your […]