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Running a Fabulous Finance Committee Meeting

Running a Fabulous Finance Committee Meeting

I can’t believe we’ve never defined a Finance Committee Meeting!!! What is it? Only the quintessential step in organizing your debt free journey. Or, at least it should be. The Finance Committee Meeting (even if yours is a committee of 1) sets the foundation for all stake holders engaged in dumping debt. We borrowed the...

Taking a Break – Adopt US Kids Campaign and PSA

Taking a Break – Adopt US Kids Campaign and PSA

I’m taking a blogging break from focusing on all things as they relate to money. Not blogging itself. I have a wonderful chance to share some information about a topic that’s near to my heart – adoption. I haven’t talked about my journey through infertility on this blog, mainly because it doesn’t seem to fit....

Dumping Debt As a Family @ Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

Dumping Debt As a Family @ Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

I recently had a fabulous opportunity to talk about dumping debt (a favorite topic of choice) over at the Enchanted Homeschooling Mom blog. Jill is the author and creator of a home schooling, members only community designed to connect families with resources and support during their adventures with a non traditional educational approach. That community...

5 Ways to Make Budgeting a Family Affair

5 Ways to Make Budgeting a Family Affair

Beginning a journey out of debt begins with exercising your budget muscle. Whether using pen and paper or a nifty online application, capturing an accurate picture of income vs expenses is the objective. Think of the budget as the guide rails on the road to financial maturity. Each month (or pay period), project which expenses...