No one really wants to restrict their spending. It’s much easier and more enjoyable to just buy whatever, whenever. Until the bills start rolling in…
What’s your biggest financial stressor? It’s time to hit it head-on and build a healthier relationship with money in your marriage.
There are a lot of money books out there, but most of them are either super dry, impractical, or unbiblical. Simple Money, Rich Life is just different.
Have you ever felt like you were spending too much money on the wrong things and not enough money on the right things? It can be easy to get down on yourself about your spending, but if you don’t know how much you SHOULD be spending it’ll be hard to make any lasting changes.
Tracking your spending brings hidden things to the Light. When we expose things that are out of line with God’s will they begin to lose their hold.
It’s taken me almost 15 years to figure this out, but there IS a way to be responsible with your money, spend without guilt, and feel less FOMO.
If you’ve tried habit tracking in the past and it hasn’t worked out I would encourage you to try again. Here are three reasons why author James Clear says habit tracking is a great idea and four free PDFs to help get you started!
If you and your spouse are really struggling we believe these five steps will help get you on the right path. If you need some extra help reach out. We’d love to help you figure out a plan.
We truly believe that the best time to learn wisdom is at a young age. We want to encourage you to teach your kids about money or the world (in all its dysfunction) will do it for you. #nothanks So, without further adieu, here are three things we believe kids (read everyone) should understand about money.
Do you ever feel like you work a lot but don’t have a lot to show for it? Whether you’re sitting under a mountain of debt or just want to make sure you’re honoring God with your finances, we’re here to help 🤍