As our two oldest boys are 13 now, it seems like a great time to really help them figure out the world of money. Since we have 5 children, at all different ages, teaching them about money can get tricky because they are all at different stages. That being said, we are working diligently to teach our kids about the value of a dollar. Read on if you want to hear more about our most recent adventure with kids and phones! Read more
This year we vowed to track our budget and post everything here so that we are being held even more accountable. I wasn’t sure how this month was going to go, primarily because of taxes. So now it is time to check out how we ultimately did with our April budget.
Greetings, Frugal Farmer friends! Today we welcome Tina Roth, a blogging cohort who blogs over at ProFinance blog
. Read this awesome article and then head over and check out the great articles on Tina’s blog.
True, mistakes do give you the chance to learn, but repetitive mistakes lower the odds of success. Making one or two mistakes early in the life is okay – but make too many of them when you are all grown up, and you are sure to fail in life.
When we become adults, everyone around us expects us to be responsible with money. During teenage years, we recklessly spend money. But when we are in our late 20s or early 30s, we have to take care of it to secure our future.
It is that time in life when committing a mistake results in paying a hefty price. However, a lot of people still commit mistakes. In this article, I’ll discuss some common mistakes with money, made by us, and how to avoid them. Read more
It’s highly unlikely you’ll find anyone commenting that being in debt is fun.
For most of us, it’s seems like a never-ending uphill battle. We’re fighting for our lives. Our values. Our future.
It’s a huge challenge, especially when you’re facing six-figures of debt, and trying to balance paying for the necessities in life.
However, there are always lessons to be learned from difficult challenges, and debt is no different. Read more