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Budgeting is like a four-letter word when it comes to finances, am I right? Some of us feel the same emotions about budgeting that we feel about horror movies. (Cue terrifying music and a high-pitched scream.) Budgeting has this stigma of being dreadful, of sucking the fun and spontaneity out of life. Personally, I think […]

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I’m not sure what prompted us to do it, but after my husband Kyle and I completed our first budget, we decided to pray about it. And just like that, praying about finances became a thing in our home. It was January 2013—and we had that fresh budget sitting in front of us. We were […]

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One of the biggest misconceptions about money is that in order to have more of it, we have to sacrifice what we love and live a lower quality of life. I.e.: Saying no to dinners out with friends Eating all your food out of cans Clipping coupons like a boss till TLC calls you to […]

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Every Christmas we say we want to slow down this year and better prepare our hearts for the Lord’s coming, and then we end up stressssed out just like the year before, am I right? I’m preaching to myself here as well as to the masses when I say that if you want a less […]

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People gave us a lot of cliché advice before we got married. It wasn’t all bad, but as far as I can remember, no one gave me advice about money. I’ve been really honest about the struggles my husband and I overcame to pay off our debt and get on the same page with our […]

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