Had a major life issue that disrupted your finances? If so, did you cut back or try to maintain the status quo for your children because they’ve already experienced so much upheaval?
Many people find the start of the year to be an ideal time to cut back and restore balance. One perfect way to do this is to have a no spend month.
There are many small changes you can make to change your life and improve your health and your finances. Here are some common ones you can change this year.
Thomas Jefferson died deeply in debt in part because of his hospitality. Certainly, being hospitable should be encouraged but he took it too far.
Hospitality is praised in the Bible. With some strategic planning on your part, you can welcome others into your home without damaging your budget.
Your grown children may be able to buy what they need, but you can give a gift that comes from the heart. Here are a few ideas.
Why not bring back the true meaning of Christmas and enjoy the holiday more starting this year? What do you do to bring Christmas spirit back into focus?
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If you haven’t already done so, now is the time to set your Christmas budget and find ways to save before the pressure to spend on the holiday begins.
There are several important reasons why we’re not putting all of our extra money on paying down debt. Here’s what they are.
Feeling helpless when someone you care for is ill is a natural feeling, but there are many things that you can do to help the family through this hard time.
There are several low-cost ways to make your home look like it did when you first bought it. Here are a few of our favorites.
Are you comfortable with driving a car that others may find embarrassing just so you can save money? Here’s what it’s like to drive a car until it dies.
Losing weight has a lot in common with keeping a budget. There are important lessons to be learned that can apply to both your fitness and finances.