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.
Archives for 2016
If you’re frustrated by the budgeting software out there and you like the budget envelope system, I highly recommend Goodbudget. Here’s why.
The believers in Ephesus weren’t afraid to face the challenges of their faith and let go of what was holding them back. Why not follow their lead?
People come up with a thousand and one ways to screw up their finances. Here are ten of the most common personal finance mistakes.
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.
Credit cards can be a useful tool if you do your research a make a plan for your spending. Here’s how to get the most out of your credit cards.
By looking at the life of Paul, we can learn what it takes to find contentment in our lives, and how he was able to be content despite it not coming naturally to him.
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?
Being a victim of tax related identity theft can leave you scrambling to take the proper steps to set things right. Here’s are the things you need to do.
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.
For Mother’s Day my son and I created a custom decorated handprint plate for my wife. Here’s how you can make your own, including a list of materials to buy.
The Bible says it’s a wise move to plan ahead. But there’s danger in focusing too much on how our lives will play out, financially or otherwise. Here’s why it’s also important to focus on the here and now.
Doing your own taxes can feel like a daunting project to take on, but if you stay organized, you’ll find it’s not as hard as you might have thought.