Ever feel like you’re swimming in things you don’t need? Follow this simple mantra and get rid of the clutter in your closet! Follow our Pinterest Board “Simplify & Organize” to get more tips on how to de-clutter your life!
This morning I was reading through Ecclesiastes, and there is only one word to describe some of the thoughts contained in this book… depressing. Solomon details his journeys through gaining riches, success, wealth, wisdom, possessions, and really anything you can think
101 Free Things to Do with Your Kids
Who doesn’t love fun activities that allow you to spend time with your kids? Let this list give you some great ideas to cultivate a lasting, stress-free relationship with your family that doesn’t involve shiny new toys!
Overcoming Money Mistakes
When I write all of these posts, I can’t help but sit back and think at times, “I can’t even follow some of these things myself”! Today I just wanted to give you some encouragement if you feel like you
10 Verses on Money to Memorize
We know memorizing scripture is essential to our Christian walk … but did you ever think about memorizing verses on money? Believe it or not, there are over 2,000 scriptures relating to money and possessions … that’s more than heaven
Going Against the Culture
Photo Credit: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/412431278350267302/ One of my biggest struggles in writing on different topics of personal finance is at times I have to wonder: Will people actually do these things? It’s one thing to say you need to save more, but
5 Financial Resolutions to Make This Year
We’ve finally reached a break in the holidays where we have a chance to sit down and think about the year ahead. We reflect on what has happened in 2014, and we look forward to the times ahead in 2015.
Help! I’m Broke!
Photo Credit: https://www.behance.net/gallery/12848761/Bible-Verse-Quote-2 Now that Christmas is over, many of us are realizing the damage we did in spending … mainly over spending. The common thread going around is, “Help! I’m Broke!” We love the gift-giving process, but in the
Photo Credit : Happiness is Homemade Merry Christmas! Enjoy this day with family and friends. Remember to always thank Christ for why we get to celebrate this special day. As Christians, we know that Christmas is much much more
10 Ways to Practice Generosity This Christmas
1. Write a Hand-Written Letter to a Loved One How long has it been since you’ve received a hand-written letter? Probably a LONG time! Nowadays, a hand-written note means much more to the recipient because you actually took the time amidst
5 Characteristics to Cultivate Financial Wisdom
What does it mean to “cultivate financial wisdom”? Put simply … it’s a way of life where you are less interested in “things” and more interested in “people”. You are not obsessed with the latest phone, the latest
Thanksgiving Recipe Round-Up
What’s not to love about Thanksgiving? Memorable times, your quirky family, and that huge turkey just waiting for all of you to DIG IN! Whether you are hosting or attending – one thing is for sure … it can
Kick Your Bad Habits and Make New Ones
What makes a bad habit? Something you’ve been doing for years that only makes your situation worse. A good habit may be hard to develop at first, but changing what you already do now will make life much easier in
Do You Consider Yourself a Steward?
Believe it or not, if you are a Christian … you are called to be a steward. You may have never realized until now that this is the job you were called to, but God takes great delight in
How to Not Blow Your Budget This Weekend
When the weekend comes, many of us find ourselves in a spending frenzy… We have dinner with friends, we have friends over for dinner, we see family, we drive to see a new place, we go on a date night,
A Moment of Gratefulness
I usually start the day with a “list” … – clean the kitchen – make breakfast – go to work – buy enchilada sauce – fill up the Sonata – get a birthday card They are usually very mundane, unimportant
Our Favorite Ways To Save This Fall
Fall is the beginning of the holiday season, and stores abound with decorations signifying the changing leaves and upcoming Christmas bustle. Splurging around this time of year is very common. And this is why we want to offer you a
God As the Ultimate Giver
Have you ever thought of God as a “generous giver”? He is the ultimate example of what it means to give generously and freely to others. A popular verse we hear thrown around very often is John 3:16 … “For
Create Your Own Savings Plan
There are some truly great savings plans out there – leading to stock piles of anywhere from $1k to $5k. Although these are great plans, and work for many of us, the way to truly live within your
Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half
The average American household spends an insane amount of their paycheck on groceries. How can this be? Among the many problems that contribute to this, here are a few: 1. Prices are on the rise – We are all