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.
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.
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
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.
How do you handle buying souvenirs and dealing with children’s begging when on vacation? Here’s what we did on our most recent trip.
If you simplify in these 6 areas, you can save a substantial amount of time and money. Here’s how.
We Americans spend a lot on our kids for Christmas presents, according to Mint.com “the average family spent around $750 on holiday gifts.” Is it too much?
I recently saw a Money article that said today’s college graduates can expect to retire at 75! Here’s how we’re hoping to help our kids avoid that.
If you’re a grandparent, do you financially spoil your grandkids? If so, does it cause any difficulties in your relationships?
If you truly love and care for your children, you can best serve them by also caring for your spouse. Here’s why your marriage can’t be put on hold.
Have you ever found yourself at odds with someone you respect who has a different currency of love? Here’s why it may not pay to argue with them.
Divorce is becoming more common. While reconciliation is usually the best option, there is still hope for recovering financially if a divorce goes through.
Many of us will have a major health crisis in our lifetime. Are you prepared in case your health were to take a turn for the worse?
I recently had the chance to attend The Financial Hope Conference. Here’s a recap of what I learned, and resources to check out from the expert panelists.