To steward your money well, most families will need at least three bank accounts. Today, I’ll lay out how to choose the best accounts and where to park your emergency fund.
How much should you have in savings? This article will show you how to build an emergency savings fund as a mom. And how the “starter emergency fund” leads many families straight into debt—and what to do instead.
Want an easy way to save on groceries, without running around to several different stores? Try these flexible meal planning ideas.
The next recession is coming. Will you be ready? Find out how to prepare for the recession so you can provide for your family no matter what comes your way.
What’s the best thing to do with your tax refund? It might seem as if this would be a great opportunity to pay off some debt, but for many family’s that is not the case. Find out the best option for you below.
The ‘Stay at Home Mom Calculator’ helps you assess how you can afford to be a stay at home mom. Unlike most calculators that ask ‘Can I afford to be a stay at home mom?’, this one doesn’t give you a yes or no answer but helps you discover the steps you would need to take to make it work for your family.
Find out how to read books for free with your family both ebooks online and physical books. You’ll save money, save time, and create lasting memories.
Whether you have student loans, credit card debt, or car loans, you’ve probably found yourself wondering, how can I get free money to pay off debt? Keep reading for one tried and true method to get a little extra cash to help you become debt free faster.
Wondering how much to budget for utilities? This article will show you how to be spot on with your utility budget every month — even when costs fluctuate between high and low, with average utility bill amounts for families.
This family struggled for years trying to figure out how to pay off credit card debt fast. Finally, they paid off $10K in just 3 months. Here’s how…
A complete guide for working from home as a virtual assistant, with first-hand knowledge by stay at home mom VA’s and a business owner who hires them.
Tired of feeling frumpy? Hollywood stylist Erin Ross teaches stay at home moms how to create a comfortable capsule wardrobe on a budget that will make you feel like a million bucks!
Tired of spending too much money every month and staying stuck in your finances? This simple trick will put you on the road to spending less, so you can stick to your budget, save for the future, and pay off debt.
Why do some women stick to their financial goals, while others fail to make them happen? This post will show you how to build a support network of the people in your life to keep you on track with your budget.
Everyone worries about money, right? Well, you might be surprised to know that it is possible to find hope with your finances and stop stressing about money with a few simple steps. Here’s how.
You might be surprised by how easy it is to give your budget a boost with these 5 gratitude tips. (without ever opening your budget app or trying to save money!)
This is the ultimate list of grocery savings tips I used to cut my family’s grocery bill in half without clipping coupons or shopping sales – so you can save money and still feed your family the healthy food they love!
Want to purchase healthy food for your family on a tight budget? This budget grocery list will show you what to buy.