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Our Debt Story Learn How We Paid off $106,000 and How You Can, too!

Our Debt Story: Learn How We Paid Off $106,00 and How You Can, too! Money problems are the number one cause of divorce in America. While we are by far one of the richest nations, our nation carries an average of $38,000 per citizen of personal debt, and this excludes the mortgage. There is nothing… Continue reading Our Debt Story Learn How We Paid off $106,000 and How You Can, too!

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We’re Debt Free!!! How We Got Out of Debt a Second Time

“WE’RE DEBT FREEEEEE!!!!” Have you ever listened to Dave Ramsey and the callers that do their ‘debt free scream’ on the show? Six years ago, my husband and I screamed “we’re debt free” within the confines of our own home after tackling our debt head on. ((You can learn more of our first round with… Continue reading We’re Debt Free!!! How We Got Out of Debt a Second Time

Encouragement · Homemaking · Marriage · Money · Titus 2

Overwhelmed as a Homemaker?-Learning How to Say No and Reclaim Your Time Back

Overwhelmed as a Homemaker?- Learning How to Say No and Reclaim Your Time Back As women we tend to be ‘yes’ people. We tend to say yes when asked because we feel its expected or it is the ‘right’ thing to do. We say yes because we are mothers, wives, neighbors, sisters, daughters, friends, and… Continue reading Overwhelmed as a Homemaker?-Learning How to Say No and Reclaim Your Time Back

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How to Save Money on Clothing

How to Save Money on Clothing Does anybody else love the smell of clothing that has been dried on a clothes line? It takes me back to my childhood and any chance I can dry something outside, I do in a heartbeat. Drying clothes on a clothes line is not only environmentally friendly but also… Continue reading How to Save Money on Clothing

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22 Affordable and Unique Summer Activities to do with Your Children

22 Affordable and Unique Summer Activites for Children Summer vacation is right around the corner. And while many parents may be planning fancy summer get-aways or sending their kids to expensive summer camps; that is not an option for most parents. In fact, it is possible to have a wonderful summer vacation with your children… Continue reading 22 Affordable and Unique Summer Activities to do with Your Children

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Ten Ways to Find, Save, or Make Money When You’re Struggling

More Month Than Money If you are constantly left with more month than money, you know the struggle all too well. You want to pay your bills, eat well, and have fun. But yet you and your family struggle. Maybe you’re in debt over your head. Or maybe you’re just going through a tough time.… Continue reading Ten Ways to Find, Save, or Make Money When You’re Struggling

Marriage · Money

Why Every Married Couple Should Have a Joint Bank Account

Fifty years ago most mothers stayed home with their children while their husbands worked.  And nearly all of them had only one bank account for the entire family. Fast forward fifty years later, and nearly half of married couples that have joint accounts also have individual ones.   What are some of the reasons why that… Continue reading Why Every Married Couple Should Have a Joint Bank Account

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Seven Surprising Ways to Save Money

Money tight?  Is your budget in the red at the end of each month?  Wondering how you are going to pay your bills? When money is tight, stop using a credit card or obtaining another loan to pay for something.  Money does not grow on trees, there is not an endless supply of money for… Continue reading Seven Surprising Ways to Save Money

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Ten Money Mistakes to Avoid

Did you know that the average American family has credit card debt of just over $16,000 and total overall debt of $132,000? In fact, the average Class of 2016 graduate has $37,172 in student loan debt, up six percent from last year. Whether you are newly married or getting married, just graduated high school or college, have… Continue reading Ten Money Mistakes to Avoid