How I Plan and Execute Christmas! Includes a Stocking Stuffer Gift Guide to Help You Plan Now

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Download this Monthly Bill Payment Tracker

*** Updated 10/8/17 *** New download has fillable fields and clickable checkboxes!   One of the best developments in our household financial planning has been the use of this little monthly bill payment tracker right here. How many times have … Continued

9 Things We Don’t Pay For (In Order to Payoff Our Debts)

Trekking through a journey to payoff debt takes a lot of things – patience, money, diligence, and also being intentional with what the goal at hand is. It’s not going to be paid off overnight, and so there have to … Continued

Three Month Follow~Up After Taking Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University

It’s now February 2016. My husband and I began Financial Peace University in September and finished the class in November, 2015. We’ve been working the budget together every month. We’ve been using cash more, and our envelopes. But now it’s … Continued

Financial Peace University #8: Real Estate and Mortgages

“Pay off the house early….???? Whaaaaaaaat!” That’s what most people in our FPU class were saying as we begun our lesson this past Wednesday night. For most people, having a mortgage payment for 30 (or more) years seems completely norm, … Continued

Financial Peace University #7: Retirement and College Planning

Woohoo! 7 weeks have gone by really fast, but I feel like we’ve learned a ton in our classes. This past week’s lesson was about saving appropriately for retirement and your children’s college. And Dave R. provided some great tips … Continued

Financial Peace University #6: The Role of Insurance

Insurance is one of those things that we love to hate on. Seriously. It’s a pain to pay for car insurance every month, when you (hopefully) don’t have to actually “use” it often. Every year, we get a bill in the … Continued

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