Family night can be a low cost way to bring your kids and spouse together and have fun. Here are some fun activities for family night.
I recently saw a Money article that said today’s college graduates can expect to retire at 75! Here’s how we’re hoping to help our kids avoid that.
Any house that you buy “used” has a history to it, and that history may affect your finances. Here’s one key call you can make to check out your new home.
Our grocery bill has steadily grown, and I’ve found that I need to think a bit outside of the traditional grocery stores to save money on food.
It’s more important than ever to get on the same page financially with your spouse. Here are some things you can do to create financial unity in marriage.
Learning how to say no and to resist pressure tactics, whether they be from family or salesmen, can save you a bundle.
Many of us suffer from a temporary income drop at one point or another. What we don’t consider is how long it may take to bounce back from such a situation.
In our dual income society, many of the DIY skills older generations learned have disappeared. We’re used to outsourcing everything. But should we?
What strategies do you use to find contentment in your own financial situation?
There are plenty of low cost ways that you can give and make a difference in the recipient’s life as well as your own life. Here are a few.
Giving to people through Facebook instead of through church or local groups turns the experience into a less than godly one, at least for me. Here’s why.
The amazing life of Louie Zamperini is celebrated in a recent Angelina Jolie movie, Unbroken. A new edition is being released exploring his strong faith.
If you’re a grandparent, do you financially spoil your grandkids? If so, does it cause any difficulties in your relationships?
Do you have adequate life insurance, or do you put off increasing your life insurance because money is tight? Here’s why you might need it even more.