Feel Better About Your Money Decisions Today!
feel better about your money decisions

Every day involves some type of money decision – eat out or brown bag, premium fuel or regular, donate to a worthy cause or pass, allowance for the kids or not. The decisions are endless. And if you’re making those decisions with a spouse, the odds that you see eye-to-eye on 100% of those decisions […]

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The Most Common Money Mistakes To Avoid Based On The 5 Money Personalities
money mistakes to avoid

Laura Vanderkam, Verily contributor and author of All the Money in the World: What the Happiest People Know About Wealth, wrote an incredible article about common money mistakes to avoid, based on the 5 Money Personalities!  Here it is!  Enjoy! Everyone has his or her own unique way of thinking about and dealing with money. The […]

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How To Score Unusual Scholarships

Whether you are investing in your own education or getting ready to support your kids going through college, we have some great tips for you to score some unusual scholarships! Did you know that most people go after very general scholarships when there are many unusual scholarships that many people overlook?  Make sure you do your […]

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3 Solutions to Stop Holiday Money Fights
Stop Holiday Money Fights

The Christmas Season tends to invite more than just holiday joy. Arguments about money arguments can pile up faster than any presents under the tree. Most families will spend more money during this season than any other time of the year. If you’d rather skip the fights (and the fruitcake), you will definitely want to […]

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When Opposite Money Personalities Attract
opposite Money Personalities

The other day we were talking to a young lady and she was telling us about her Saver Money Personality – she gets a thrill out of the coupon section in the Sunday paper! Our comment to her was, “We bet your fiancé is the exact opposite.”  She said… “YOU’RE RIGHT! How did you know?”  […]

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Money and Engagement – Do They Mix?
money and engagement

Scott and I were asked to write about money and engagement in a chapter in a book for soon-to-be-married couples. Our topic was “Getting Along About Money.” Right up our alley, right? Definitely! Funny thing is, it caused Scott and I to talk specifically about our own engagement and what we discussed before getting married. It sounded like […]

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Why Pointing Out The Negative Hurts
why pointing out the negative hurts

It wasn’t hard for me to see why pointing out the negative hurts. Last night we were cleaning up the dishes and I (Bethany) stuck a semi-dirty plate in the dishwasher right before Scott was ready to close it. Scott took the plate, that I had just loaded, out of the dishwasher, rinsed it off […]

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3 Fun Ways to Spark Romance

The pressures of life and work create a challenging environment for romance, don’t they? Making time for date nights is hard. We get it. Think back to when you first fell in love with one another. You couldn’t wait to spend time together—long walks in the park, movies, dinner, coffee—it didn’t really matter what you […]

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