Finding ways to save money on your groceries can take a great deal of time. Here are a few tips to save you time, and save you money on your grocery bill.
One father does research to find what vehicle will be the most reliable and dependable for his 16 year old son.
One way for your children to avoid financial hard times when they get older is for them to learn about saving and investing strategies when they’re teenagers. Websites are more likely to hold their attention than a chat on the couch. Let’s take a look at a couple of informative websites that can help you […]
Since the start of the worldwide economic crisis, the number of people in high-income countries who are considered over-indebted – in spite of a severe cutback in living standards – has risen exponentially. Not surprisingly, profound indebtedness has been linked to an increase in stress levels, often resulting in poor sleep. However, it seems that […]
Every year during the Christmas season our family likes to watch the old Christmas classics like “It’s a Wonderful Life,””Miracle on 34th Street” and “The Bishop’s Wife.“ In “The Bishop’s Wife” the well-meaning but misguided bishop, Henry, dreams of constructing a monumental cathedral. He is obsessed with his dream and the movie begins as he […]
YAY, It’s Christmas! A time of family, joy, singing, and love that also happens to boost the US economy up and bring many retailers back into the black for the year. However, it is also a time when you will need more money than usual to buy gifts, hold parties, and travel to visit loved […]
The entire premise of The Inner View of Your Interview is that job seekers should tailor their responses to an interviewer’s needs. Everything surrounding your next job interview, from your resume to your cover letter to your interview preparation should be tailored for each and every position and organization. Never lie, never exaggerate your answers, […]
When I originally set out to write this piece on debt, it was titled, “The Soul Crushing Power of Debt”. But the more I reflected on my own experience with debt, the more I realized: “There are really two responses to the power of debt. It can crush you. Or it can motivate you. Sometimes, […]
Automotive tasks I can do: change a tire clean and replace an air filter change oil replace wiper blades jumpstart, test and replace a battery replace a taillight Automotive tasks I can’t do (partial list): isolate a pinhole leak in the fuel filler neck and hose assembly maintain and/or replace an evaporator canister recognize the […]
First off I want to thank Peter for having me on his blog as a guest writer. I wanted to try and tackle a tough question for everyone and I am glad he gave me the opportunity. After reading Peter’s article on Dave Ramsey’s New House I started to dive into the comments, post a […]
Ok, if you are reading this then there is a pretty good chance you are a Christian that is interested in Biblical Finance (if you aren’t a Christian…please keep reading to get a simple, easy to understand explanation of why Christians are called to be generous). Anyway, if you are one of those Christian Finance […]
I live and work in a metropolitan area, which means I spend a lot of time on buses and trains with my nose in a book attempting to avoid my fellow riders in the friendliest way possible. One of my co-workers suggested I add The Soul of Money to my Express Bus Reading List – […]
This is an article written by Jesse Michelsen, the creator of Personal Finance Firewall. On his site he writes about taking every tiny detail into account when managing personal finances, and gives tips on ways to make it easier for those with full lives. I often listen to motivation speeches and read spiritual, uplifting material. […]
My son just turned 5 years old in July. He is a tall for his age, loves soccer and can’t wait for September to start school. While he is growing up (he doesn’t want to be called a kid anymore but a boy!), I am doing my best to transmit to him as much financial […]