A budget friendly makeover with Groupon Goods #Sponsored

Do you need a makeover but can’t afford it? This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine. I see many moms putting themselves last, working in yoga pants or pajamas from home, letting themselves go and feeling resentful as a result. It’s a tough gig, juggling motherhood, the house, a business, all of it. […]

How I made $13,335 in my 2nd month working from home

Do you think it’s possible to make money as a work at home mom? Two months ago I set 4 goals: 1.) Generate $2,000 profit a month 2.) Clear $20,059.38 debt 3.) Save $10,000 by 21/31/2017 4.) Intimacy challenge with my husband After setting those goals, I also wrote about my net worth in this […]

How I made ,335 as a work at home mom

How My Family’s Financial Wellness Journey Allowed Me to Become a Stay-at-Home Mom

Even the smallest financial decisions can make a big impact on your future.

The following blog post is part of The Road to Financial Wellness blog tour. The Road to Financial Wellness is a three-month, grassroots campaign promoting financial empowerment on a national level and encourages people to pursue their dream lifestyle. Find out more about local events near you. When I was a kid, I wanted to […]

How My Family's Financial Wellness Journey Allowed Me to Become a Stay-at-Home Mom

How I Made My Wife Cry On Our Honeymoon

Talking about finances on your honeymoon may be unconventional, but the lessons this husband and his new bride learned are powerful enough to last a lifetime.

Today’s guest post is as real as it gets. James MacLean from Love and Money Matters opens up about the first moment he and his new bride had “the money talk.” It wasn’t exactly when he thought it would happen (on their honeymoon!), but it taught them both some powerful lessons. True story. I made my […]

How I Made My Wife Cry

How to Stop Fighting with Your Spouse Over Finances

What can couples do to turn their financial fighting into financial peace?

Today, we are joined by my fellow personal finance writer and friend, Carrie Lowrance, from Freelance By Lowrance. Like me, she graduated from Financial Peace University and learned a whole lot more than how to spend her money. She’s joining us today to share her own experience and wisdom on the subject of financial disagreements […]

How to Stop Fighting with Your Spouse Over Finances

The Power of Listening to Your Child with Your Eyes

A lesson I learned on making eye contact with my children.

I spent the last six months frequently doing two things: Growing my freelance writing business and sticking my nose in my phone. I did many other things with my time, but this is my simple confession: There have been seasons when my “phone to kid” ratio was askew and something needed to change. I tried […]

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