Articles related to family finances and productivity.
Money regrets – we all have some. We’ve all made financial decisions we would ‘undo’ given half a chance. It might be the under-performing property we wished we’d passed on or that great property we wish we had really chased.
Given how important financial skills are to navigating life, and the fact that schools don’t teach children about money, as a parent here’s a few important financial lessons you can teach your child as he or she grows up:
The addition of another family member brings new personal and financial realities into focus and as you embark on this life-long journey, having your finances well managed and your financial investment well planned will be assurance for the present and a foundation of confidence for the future…
Have you ever read an article on productivity and thought it would be great for someone without a family, but with a family, you couldn’t really implement most of it?
I’ve been married for almost 9 years. My wife and I have 4 kids. I’ve been there before.
I’m always looking for ways to increase my productivity, but I admit, it’s not very motivating to read an article about having a 3 hour long morning routine.
Don’t get me wrong, that sounds awesome! And I would love to that, but unfortunately, I work, spend time with my family, exercise and, oh yeah…sleep (when I’m free to do so).
I don’t have 3 hours for a morning routine and as much as I would like to, it’s just not going to happen right now.
That doesn’t mean we can’t be productive. I’m very productive and so is my family.
I have found some things that work. It’s possible to be productive, even with a big family.
Let me share what has worked for me…
Type “Why Co-Signing” into Google and you will quickly see the suggested searches start with things like:
“Why co-signing is bad”
“Why co-signing is a bad idea”
Have you ever co-signed for someone before?
Or have you ever had someone co-sign for you?
Let’s see why it’s so bad and what you can do instead of co-signing for a friend or family member…
So I met a man from Nazareth, Israel.
Not the man you are thinking of, though I know Him too.
I literally met a man in Denver, Colorado who was born and raised in Nazareth for the first 28 years of his life.
That’s pretty awesome!
Then I figured out that he and his entire family are Christians.
If you know anything about the current state of affairs in Nazareth, you know it’s not easy to be a Christian over there.
This man was surely unique and a he taught me a few things about life and money…
“Hey honey, I want a motorcycle.”
“But I want a kitchen remodel.”
“Umm, but I want a motorcycle.”
“SWEETIE. WE CAN’T DO BOTH”
He wants the motorcycle. She wants the kitchen remodel. How to decide?
When you and your spouse talk about money, there’s potential for
arguments disagreements, value clashes, and colorful conversation (to put it lightly).
This step-by-step guide will help you two figure out how to make a budget work for your life together.
This is the final article in this 3 part series.
Have you added some of these tips to your life?
After you read these last 7, feel free to add more tips in the comments.
Today you will learn some great tips on saving money with babies and saving money while shopping.
Here are the last 7 tips (tips 15 through 21)…
Continuing on with this 3 part series, I bring you part 2!
If you missed part 1, don’t worry!
You can check it out here.
Today you will get some great tips for saving on medical expenses, as well as saving on day-to-day stuff that parents are fortunate enough to deal with.
Here are the next 7 tips (tips 8-14) for child-proofing your finances…