A few months ago, I was honored and flattered to be featured in my friend Heather's Babble post about bloggers who are debt-free and how they did it. I think it's always inspiring and fascinating to hear how other people battled debt and found financial freedom. Thanks to that … [Read more...] about I’ll Always Have a Car Payment: Why It’s a Lie You Don’t Have to Buy
Disclosure: I was compensated by MomSelect in exchange for reviewing the GoalForIt Chore Chart. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Start typing my name into an iPhone, and it wants to auto-correct it to "nag." Certain members of my family might find this amusing, but I … [Read more...] about Chores, Charts and Allowances for Tweens (Alternatively Titled: “Shouldn’t We Have This Figured Out By Now?”)
$140 That's what I counted in our envelope of cash that we keep for spending money on Friday afternoon. $140 to get us to Tuesday, the last day of the month. Now, to be fair, that amount may either seem like a little or a lot to you, depending on your circumstances. … [Read more...] about Remembering to Act My Wage.
Thank you to TurboTax for sponsoring my writing about household finances. Learn more about how TurboTax can help you find every tax deduction you deserve. I was selected for this sponsorship by the Clever Girls Collective, which endorses Blog With Integrity, as I do. Who … [Read more...] about 3 Keys to Managing Family Finances Without Fighting
This post is part of my 29 Days of Giving Campaign. You can see the rest of the posts in this series here. Throat ... is ... so ... sore. It's pretty rare for me to get sick, and really hard for me to let go of the reins so I can rest. … [Read more...] about Kindness Repaid in a Peppermint Mocha