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When it comes to saving money on groceries, I swear by two things: meal planning and Costco! For families, you can save tremendously on your grocery budget by buying right and buying in bulk… and there’s no better place to do it than Costco. Just before the holidays, I asked my Instagram followers what the…Read More
Our trip to Disney World in October wasn’t just my kids’ first trip… it was mine too! And to be completely honest, before I started planning our trip, I honestly had NO IDEA what it would cost to even begin thinking about budgeting for Disney World. Two awesome things I learned from my Disney Vacation…Read More
Over the last 100 years, women and money have come a long way. Learn about the history of women’s financial rights, the modern statistics associated with women and money, and why improving women’s financial literacy is Family Finance Mom’s #1 mission. While there’s endless discussion today of the gender wage gap, the reality is women’s…Read More
After sharing my 20+ Favorite Finance Books for YOU… I got lots of requests to share a similar list of money books for kids. So I teamed up with my friend Lauren at Happily Ever Elephants to share just that! As the child of a kindergarten teacher, I grew up in a house full of…Read More
Congratulations, your precious baby is finally here. Now the real fun begins! While you may have purchased everything on your baby registry list, there are many family legal and financial tasks you cannot actually begin until your baby arrives, and some come with significant time sensitivity. So even if you’ve been preparing for a baby financially…Read More
While many of us were busy preparing for the holidays, Congress was busy passing a new tax bill (you can read the full text here). No matter your political persuasion (or personal opinion on the new tax bill, congress or our sitting President), it has officially become the new law of the land and goes…Read More
14,730. Over the last 6 years, that’s how many diapers I’ve changed with three kids. And I still have a year and more than 2,000 diapers left to go. Two of those years were spent with two kids in diapers at the same time. If I start to think what that translates to in terms of dollars, I might actually start to cry. But it’s been tremendous motivation to find the most efficient, cheapest way to buy diapers possible. And thanks to Pampers and Sam’s Club, I think I’ve done just that.Read More