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9 Tips For Creating Discipline With Money

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I frequently get questions from my readers about how to resolve their various financial problems.  The questions range from not being able to save enough, to tackling huge amounts of debt, to how to stop living paycheck to paycheck. One of the common themes I’ve discovered in the hundreds of emails I’ve received, is that […] Read More

Money Making Idea #13- Start a Cleaning Business

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Money Making Idea #13 is about something we all need- a clean environment.  Let’s face it, houses and offices can get dirty very quickly if there is not someone willing to do the work of cleaning those spaces.  There are countless homeowners and business owners who count on people just like you to keep the […] Read More

How to Pay Cash For Your Next Car- Even On a Low Income

How to Pay Cash For Your Next Car- Even on a Low Income

Let’s face it, cars are expensive.  Most of us need at least one car, and if you have a family, sometimes it can be hard to get by unless you have two.  But when you have a low income, buying and maintaining a vehicle or two can put a huge dent in your budget. In […] Read More

6 Tips For Dealing With a Financial Emergency

Six Tips for Dealing With a Financial Emergency

Every one of us has do deal with the occasional financial emergency.  If you haven’t had a financial emergency rear its ugly head at some time in your life, just wait, it WILL happen. Sometimes these emergencies are beyond your control, such as a car accident, storm damage to your home, or a health crisis.  […] Read More

How to Tithe When Your Spouse Doesn’t Approve

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Tithing can be a real hot button issue in a marriage when both spouses don’t agree on the subject.  When one spouse is adamant about tithing to the church and the other spouse is against it, there can be friction in the marriage, and that’s never good for maintaining a healthy long term relationship. So […] Read More

Free Black Friday Printable Shopping List

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It's almost that time again- Black Friday!  It can be a very hectic time when you're fighting the massive crowds, hoping to find the best deals for your Christmas shopping list.  In fact, it can be downright chaos!  Making sure that you are organized is key.  If you get too caught up in the madness, […] Read More

How to Live Without Credit Cards- It’s Easier Than You Think!

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Can you really live without credit cards and still live like a normal person?  Well, yes and no.  You can live without credit cards, but you certainly won’t be a normal person if you do, and that’s a good thing. Think about it, the average family has over $15,000 in credit card debt.  When you […] Read More

Money Making Idea #12- Ride Sharing Using Lyft and Uber

How to Make Money Driving for Uber or Lyft

Have you ever heard of ridesharing?  It’s a concept that’s been around for just a few years but is gaining more popularity due to stiff competition between the two top ridesharing companies, Lyft and Uber.  I think it's a great way to earn some extra money when you need it, especially on short notice.   […] Read More

13 Ways Supermarkets Trick You Into Spending More Money

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Have you ever made a trip to the supermarket for one or two items and ended up with a basket full of groceries?  It used to happen to me, and I bet it’s happened to you as well. So how does that happen?  Why is it so easy to overspend at the grocery store when […] Read More

How to Have Gratitude in the Midst of Struggle

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As many of my long time readers know I had a couple of heart attacks last year.  It was an experience that although it amounted to a small bump in the road health wise, gave me a changed perspective on a lot of things in my life. You can read about that experience starting with […] Read More

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