We found that our children’s Monopoly playing style matches their current spending style. Do you think Monopoly can reflect your real-life money style?
For too many of us our dreams and goals will simply slip away, unrealized because we struggle to curb our spending in a meaningful way.
If you’re frustrated by the budgeting software out there and you like the budget envelope system, I highly recommend Goodbudget. Here’s why.
Do you still buy items on clearance and stock up or do you take an as-needed approach? Here’s why I try to avoid stocking up on deals.
We all need insurance policies to protect us financially, but belonging to a community can be the best way to insure us psychologically and emotionally
Judy Lawrence, in her book, The Budget Kit, seeks to demystify the budget process and help readers make a budget that works. So is this the book for you?
As our moms gets older, finding Mother’s Day gifts gets harder. Here are some ideas for thoughtful gifts that your mom will be sure to appreciate.
How do you handle buying souvenirs and dealing with children’s begging when on vacation? Here’s what we did on our most recent trip.
If you simplify in these 6 areas, you can save a substantial amount of time and money. Here’s how.
Do you make time for quiet in your life? Do you get up early to exercise, or read the Bible? Many of us don’t take time to relax, and it is costing us.
Here are some creative strategies to trim your expenses, without cutting your lifestyle too drastically.
Have you ever realized just how much you have financially and in other ways? How do you practice an attitude of gratitude?
Each year it happens. December comes and goes, and in January, I’m left looking at the mess that is my budget. Just where does the money go?
Have you ever had someone who gave your kids more expensive gifts than you? If so, how did you handle the situation?