Hey Smart Moms! If you’ve been following this blog, you’ll notice I write about a myriad of subjects–from finance, to projects, to parenting. And for this post, I want to combine a couple of those things. Namely finance and parenting. My son came home from school the other day, in a huff. He abruptly asked […]
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Hey, Smart Moms! You all know I love green energy. And solar is great, but don’t stop there! Find other ways to save money! Who doesn’t want to save more money? There are simple ways you can do this that most people don’t even know. It’s either not obvious, people aren’t telling them, or they […]
TLDR:Today we talk about some of the pros and cons and how to make the best decision for you and yours when it comes to continuing education Hey, Smart Moms! The decision of whether to go to college or not seems to be a hot topic in our day and age. What with […]
Good Afternoon, Smart Moms! Applying for loans can be confusing and incredibly frustrating. Even after going through all the hoops and paperwork, so many people are still denied! Yikes! I was personally denied by 3 banks before finally receiving financing for my first car. Loans are necessary for those of us who aren’t multi-millionaires–we can’t […]
Hey there Smart Moms! How often do you find yourself wishing you had a little extra dough to fun things with your family, but are just not finding the cash to swing it? Or maybe you just want to go buy a new couch? You can’t seem to afford groceries this month? You’ve been working […]
That’s right, Smart Moms… Today I am going to be talking about debt. Because as much as I hate to admit it, debt slowly crept into my life–just like when my kids got the chicken pox–a little at a time until it was an all-consuming nightmare to manage. Countless people have been carrying debt longer […]
Hey You, Smarty, Let’s talk about adult responsibilities. Buying a house, buying a car, applying for a loan, or a credit card. Basically, any “big kid” responsibilities, all are achievable by one major factor: credit. Much like a home or car, credit must be constantly maintained. I personally recommend tracking your expenses on a weekly or […]