The free homeschool curriculum and resources in this post can help you to teach your kids at home, without the need to spend a ton of money.
Kids can benefit from sports in a variety of ways. But is there a point where you might just be spending too much on your child’s sports activities?
Some of the best summer memories are made from free activities. These activities will allow you to spend time with your kids and have fun too!
Playing an instrument can be a wonderful experience for a child. There are many ways to give your child a musical education without spending a fortune.
Budgeting is essential to being a good financial steward. We’re raising kids who will be on their own soon. Here’s how we can teach budgeting at every age.
What happens when your child has his heart set on a college you can’t afford? Here’s how to help them to make a financially sound college decision.
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?
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?
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.
If you have a young teenager who wants to work this summer, there are plenty of ways to gain experience through a summer job or volunteer opportunity.
I am all for letting kids make financial mistakes, but if I see a poor financial pattern emerging, I will step in. I wish my parents, who gave me complete financial freedom as a teen, had done the same for me.
Did you save intensely before you had children, or do you find yourself facing sticker shock? Here are some financial things to consider before having children.
I hold the view that If your child wants to delay entry to college or take a break after enrolling, let him. Here’s why it may be a good idea.