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3 Steps: Don’t Sacrifice Retirement For College Savings

Does your 12-year-old have a burgeoning desire to become a veterinarian? Do you have a four-year-old who wants to “build big things?” My kids are six and three. They’re already set on becoming a ballet teacher and a tractor driver (yes, a tractor driver!) and like many parents, I’ve taken a stab at saving for…

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Debt Consolidation Helps In Saving Money Especially For Single Parents Out There

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It is no doubt that being single parent is quite difficult. You need to manage everything, right from the bills to lunches and even the school fees. Not only that, moist importantly, you have to realize on the budget you plan to work on. Single parents will have some higher debt than most of the…

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Money Mistakes That New Moms Must Steer Clear of to Stay Away from Debts

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Babies could prove to be expensive. As per the calculations made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, you could end up spending over $12,000 during the very first year of your child’s life. But do you think you should spend so much money especially when you are alone and have a new responsibility for securing…

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Simple Stages For Single Mothers To Repay Debt And Get Rid Of Emotional Burden From The Core

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Being a single mom is a tedious job on its own and with a whole new burden of debt on your shoulder the task gets even harder.  In case, you are living on a consumer debt, then remember you are not the only one.  As per the USA Federal Reserve date, the USA households have…

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Smart Money Tips for New Moms That You Can’t Afford to Ignore

Being a parent is expensive. Like, really expensive. In most families, you are going to be forced to live off a single salary – or at least a salary and a half, rather than the usual two. On top of this, you’ll have all the costs associated with a looking after baby. That means food,…

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Why I’ve fallen hard for creative bullet journaling

  In 2015, I began bullet journaling. I didn't use my BuJo for daily or weekly plans, but I kept all of my vision- & goal-setting exercises, Bible study notes, and quotes to remember in one well-loved journal with an index for easy reference. That year I also fell in love with doodling and hand-lettering,…

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The art of juggling for work-at-homeschooling moms

I've been a work-at-home mom since the moment I became a mom—by choice, by necessity, by calling. I've also known I wanted to homeschool my kids since I was 16 years old. Reconciling those two things has not always been so easy, though. Any homeschool mom will tell you that homeschooling is basically a full-time…

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