My main areas of spending have to do with food, clothing and shelter. Here is how we save on our clothing spending, and how you can too.
Archives for February 2014
Corrie Ten Boom’s book, The Hiding Place, shows one family’s unwavering faith and devotion to God, even in the face of evil admist the barbarism of the Holocaust.
We’ve been using Ooma VOIP home phone service instead of our old landline phone for an entire year now. Here’s why we’re glad that we switched.
I was a single parent for 15 years and learned to feed my child very well on very little. Here are some tips to save on your food expenses.
Positive financial habits are the building blocks to a sustainable financial future. Here are 5 to get started on.
Millions of people watching men’s Olympic figure skating saw U.S. figure skater Jeremy Abbot fall during his routine. Here’s what we can learn from how he responded.
The Bible has a myriad of verses that can give us wisdom about saving and growing our money. Here are 30 bible verses that can teach us about investing.
It can be difficult to enjoy times with your friends when there is an income disparity — even if you are the one with more money.
I‘ve been investing in Lending Club for several years now, and over the years I’ve seen my returns go up and down. Despite a few defaults I’ve never really seen my returns dip below 9-10%. Those kind of returns are nothing to sneeze at. Lending Club has gone from the new kid on the block […]
Sometimes overspending can be a direct result of an undiagnosed mental health issue such as depression or bipolar disorder.
Today, February 4th 2014, the early bird registration for FinCon14 in New Orleans has opened! Here are 10 reasons you should attend.
I‘ve been writing about Lending Club for quite some time now, but usually from the viewpoint of an investor. I’ve invested in 100+ loans over the last two years, and thus far I’ve been extremely happy with the experience. I’ve been pretty careful about the loans that I invest in, and I think because I’ve […]