I actually know a thing or two about selling online. While I am no expert, I do know there are some things you can do to make your items stand out and sell to eager buyers.Read More
I'm not going to lie, I am really, really excited about Christmas. Maybe it's because my children are at the age where they are really starting to get excited about things. They look forward to the lights, the parties, the events and of course, the most important: learning about Jesus.Read More
It's the most wonderful time of the year, it's also the most expensive if you don't have a plan.
Let's face it, even if you have been diligent in sticking to a budgeting and saving all year long, this is the time when things can really fall apart if you don't have intention. Today I wanted to offer some tips to not busting your Christmas budget.Read More
Hope comes in all sizes. Even a shoe box. I vividly remember the day my mom found out about the Samaritan's Purse ministry, Operation Christmas Child. I was seven. I remember packing dolls and toothbrushes in a shoebox to send to a little girl on the other side of the planet.
This is a tradition that has continued my whole life and to me marks the official beginning of the holiday season.Read More
There are 62 days left in 2017. And let's be honest, there are some areas of our lives where we have clocked out. I mean, there are only two months left in the year. It's too late to start things or finish really hard tasks. Right? WRONG.
It's not too late. There's plenty of time to cross off some big things. I understand that we're in the busy season of the year, but you can still do this. So lets' talk about how to crush your goals when you're super busy.Read More
Christmas is only two months away. Did you just panic a little? Or are you yelling at me because it's not even Halloween.
Well, today I'm going to share with you a few tips on how to save money for Christmas.Read More
Let's talk about how your life changes when you pay off debt. You see people on the Dave Ramsey show (if you watch online during their debt-free scream); it's like they are ripping off the chains that bind them and running through a field of clovers like The Sound of Music.Read More