5 Guaranteed Resources That Teach Kids to Save Money

April is "Teach Kids to Save" Month. Here are 5 sure-fire ways to start the conversation.

It’s never too late or too early to begin the money conversations with your child. April is “Teach Kids to Save” month, so this article will equip you to do just that. 5 Resources That Help Parents Teach Kids to Spend, Save, and Give Money 1.  Start responding with: “Why do you ask?” According to […]

3 “Expensive” Lessons Learned by Taking a Softball to the Face

Lessons About Money Happen in the Strangest Places

Every summer, I play women’s softball.  It’s dear to my heart (and forces me to exercise).  Even though my current league is slow pitch, injuries do still occur.  Verrrry sloooowly.  Just kidding.  Shortly after taking a softball to the face last week, I was pretty tough on myself about how the injury could have been […]

How to Nurture the “Inner Giver” in Your Child

"Teaching Your Children About Money" Series - Rachel's Story

I love hearing parents talk about their children wanting to give their money to someone in need.  Sure those same children may get in trouble for not sharing a toy five minutes later, but there is an “inner giver” in all of us that starts in childhood.  As parents, we can nurture that selfless heart through word […]

3 Simple Ways to Take the 52-Week Money Challenge

What Would You Do With An Extra $1,378? (FREE Infographic)

After writing about my own experience with the 52-week money challenge in a recent blog post, I received a lot of positive feedback.  People were very interested in trying this method of saving, so I thought I would share three simple ways to begin. OK, so first off, I did not invent this challenge.  Nor […]