Why saving now will help you reduce stress and spend less. After reading this title you may have just double checked your calendar because why would I write about back to school shopping in June? As we all know waiting until the last minute rarely is a good move and that is no different with
My name is Shawna Robinson. I am a single mother of a beautiful 4 year old daughter named Ava. I started financial coaching July 3, 2012 with Justin Bennett. When you feel like you hit rock bottom, you only have one place to look, and that is up.
Fellow friend and financial coach Greg Pare wrote this blog recently that I thought was so inspiring I wanted to share it will all of you. Recently, a client showed me her envelopes that she had made. Of course, she uses them to separate her cash into her budget categories. Never mind the fact the
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
“Sacrificing to win.” We have all heard that saying. The question is, is the sacrifice really worth the win? The obvious answer is yes.
It is that time of year again. The annual back to school shopping season has begun and without warning, shopping for the kids can easily become a budget buster if you’re not careful. At Strong Tower Consulting, we took the time to research some practical back to school shopping tips.