Category Money Matters
How to Save Money
Most of us think we can’t save because there isn’t enough money to get by on, so how can I put any money in a place where I won’t have it?
How to Use Your Five Senses to Ease Your Stress
Ease Your Stress With Your Senses Stress over finances can affect your health. When you are stressed it is natural to seek comfort. We yearn to comfort ourselves through our senses—often in ways that do us harm. We over eat, eat the wrong foods, drink, smoke, or over work. We want to control our world. […]
How to Live a Life That Works
I’ve found that life is filled with one lesson after another. And like most lessons they aren’t easy.
Planning is the key. You may think it doesn’t matter because whatever you have is well, all you have. And I want you to look at a little differently. Even living with very little you can plan.
Money Matters All Year
All the wise people I know have financial sense. They understand how to manage money. They understand how to add and subtract. You cannot subtract more than you add to your bank account. Spending more money than you have is not acceptable. Money is simple. It is a commodity of exchange we receive for our time, our skill. So why do so many have so little financial sense?
ABCs of Wisdom
F – Finan-Sense Editorial as it appeared in the Beaumont Enterprise December 22, 2019
6 Tips for Christmas as Single Mom
This may very well be the most stressful time of the year for parents and especially single mothers. Just like mothers everywhere, single moms want to make their children squeal with delight on Christmas morning. I wish I could solve all the financial problems single mothers face day-in, day-out, much less during the Christmas holidays. […]
A Thought About Money from a Seasoned Mama Bird
Money is one of the most difficult topics for single mothers and others who struggle to keep afloat. I hope this little list helps.
7 Steps for Managing Money as Single Mother
Of all the troubles the single moms I coach have, money tops the list. I’ve read that 90% of single moms in the U.S. are on welfare. Single mothers are more likely than any other group to fall into poverty. Well over 33% already have. Depressing, huh?