Combining finances and theoretically taking responsibility isn't enough -- in fact, if you don't do the work to get on the same page with your spouse, it may even be a bad idea. This post lays out a practical way to approach your finances together in what I call the "Monthly Money Meeting."
Your first year of marriage is especially important for intentionally building relational habits, many of which will last a lifetime. Amidst the myriad adjustments to married life, invest some time and conversation into forming good money habits together.
Transform a plain block of wood into a classy kitchen accessory with these step-by-step instructions.
Don't we all want to be valued, noticed and loved? These tips are designed to help you greet people well so that you can communicate your care every time you say, "Hello!"
To afford a stay-at-home parent, you have to tackle the beasts: housing, transportation and health insurance! If the costs of these alone eat up too much of your income, no matter how much you scrimp and coupon for other budget items, you will struggle to get financial traction.