As I am writing this, the first snow of the winter is falling. Next week is Thanksgiving and then all of our attention will be on the biggest holiday of the year…Christmas. For many households, Christmas is becoming more bah-hum bug because of the commercialization of Christmas. We want to help
Whether you are new to budgeting or you have been budgeting for a while, there may be a few things you are not adding to your budget. Leaving out any area from your budget will cause frustration with your overall plan. So what are some of the commonly overlooked items in your budget?
As a parent, have you ever had one of those moments where your child did the right thing and it put a smile on your face and warmed your heart? As a parent you try to do all the right things and hope in the end it pays off when your children grow up. Over Christmas, I was able to witness such an
Fellow financial coach and good friend Greg Pare had an excellent blog article about the importance of waiting when it comes to developing a power over purchases. There are a lot of times when waiting makes sense. However, there is a time when waiting makes absolutely no sense.
Ten ways to get the most out of your money this holiday season!With “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” just around the corner, it is a reminder that the holiday season is upon us. Did you know that the average household spends between $400-$600 per year on Christmas? That average is down