Tag: kids

3 Budget Friendly Places to Stay and Adventure in St. George, Utah.

We love adventuring to state parks because of the trail systems, lakes, and the space from others. These are our three favorite budget friendly places to stay and adventure while we were in St. George, Utah.  They are our favorites for three completely different reasons.  Keep reading to find out the spots to go. 

3 Ways God Helps Us Get Out of Trouble Financially.

nancially or not. Let me take you on 3 ways God has been there in our life for big decisions, troubled life, and when we just feel horrible.  I tie this all back to finances and how the Lord works miracles to make our money work for us even when we don’t think it will be possible.  It is faith! 

How Do you Figure Out If your Budget Will Work to be A Stay at Home Parent?

To be able to live the dream of watching your child and live a life you still love can be possible. We want to share with you some of the ways we figured out how we could make it work for our family to be a stay at home mom. I know there are all kinds of people who want to be a stay at home parent, and I know these three things will help you figure out if you can do it financially.

15 Future Friendly Good Money Habits to Teach Your Kids

Share with your friends! Kids learn almost every day and they learn from their parents, which is why it is important for you to have good money habits.  However, if you do not don’t worry.  You can still teach kids good money habits while getting out… Continue Reading “15 Future Friendly Good Money Habits to Teach Your Kids”

How living tiny with a baby has saved us hundreds!

Whenever you think you are ready for kids, you will not really ever prepared for kids.  They are a lot of work no matter how much money you save up for in a baby fund, but living tiny has helped us save so much money!… Continue Reading “How living tiny with a baby has saved us hundreds!”

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