How I Feed My Family for Around $100 a Week

In a recent post, I remarked how I typically spent around $100 a week on groceries to feed my family of 6. I had a few inquiries on how I… View Post

Choosing the Right Allowance System for Your Family

I was more than a little concerned when my father-in-law sat my new husband and me down for a lesson on finances shortly after we got married. I had the… View Post

The Foundation for Financial Security

It seems so easy on paper. You knew that when the day came, you were going to rock at the money side of life. The answer is really quite simple… View Post

Be the Master of Your Finances

When my great-great grandfather was about the age of 50, he lost the wealth he had worked so hard to accumulate all due to the falling price of sheep. Prior… View Post

Getting Out of Debt is Not About the Math {Guest Post}

by Stephanie Hansenhttp://www.givingitgrace.com/ For the majority of debtors, lack of basic math is not the reason they have debt. In reality, it’s not about the math – if it was… View Post

Avoiding Debt

image source We live in a consumerism world. Often times we are like little Veruca Salts, demanding we want it now and don’t care how. We want the same standard… View Post

Living Within Your Means

Today the ladies of the Babywise Friendly Blog Network are all talking about emergency preparedness topics. In the past, I have covered a lot of basics on emergency preparedness. I… View Post