Travel with kids, whether it’s a roadtrip or flying with little ones, is a stress inducing prospect for most moms.
We want our kids to experience different places. We want them to see different parts of the country, different cultures and different countries. We want them to know how to navigate the airport and what it feels like to finally reach your destination after a long day of travel. We want them to develop the tools so that when they leave our home, they are comfortable and confident to explore the world that is near and far, if they choose to do that.
Today I’m unpacking our best tips for keeping kids fed, happy and entertained as well as travel hacks for busy moms!
Like a Mom's Night Out & a TED Talk had a baby... then the Mom's Night Out went back to work. The best of the best advice to help working moms conquer working mom life with less stress, more sleep, less hustle and more fulfillment!
Inflation is real and with gas and grocery prices on the rise, here are eight ways to put more money back into your pocket. From increasing your income to decreasing your expenses and getting a handle on impulse spending, Tracy is going to share practical tips that you can start using today to have more money.
Feeding your family on weeknight is a huge pain. Think about it, you worked all day, taking care of your job and serving everyone else. You walk into the house, it’s 6pm, you are tired and your kids are expecting to be fed (again) every night of the week. I’m sharing my process for feeding our family of 7. How I meal plan, grocery shop, and work this thankless task into our busy schedule.
Money fights, arguments about credit cards, spending and debt are the number one cause of divorce. There are three simple things you can do to argue less, have more sex and feel more connected to your partner. If money conversations are something that you are stubbing your toe on or you don’t want to be shouldering the entire burden of financial responsibility in your marriage, this one’s for you!
Nicholle Overkamp is a personal finance expert who’s heart is on fire for helping women to build wealth, grow in confidence handling their money, and start to uncover their own self-worth. She left her toxic, mainly masculine financial firm after her desire to help and inspire women to build wealth was hampered, laughed at and minimized.
Financial Wellness – it’s not a destination. It’s a journey. It’s constant recalibration and making adjustments along the way to help you to build financial resilience so that you can, even when life throws you curveballs, because we both know it will, maintain financial equilibrium. Financial wellness serves to stabilize your financial situation so that you can the options, the tools, and the ability to create a stable, so much as you can in this crazy world we live in, healthy and successful life, however it is that you choose to define that success.
How we spend our time and how we spend our money often run in tandem. However, let’s be careful not to use the limiting mindset and the finite amount of time we have when our kids are young to justify overspending. A lot of this work exists in figuring out what you value most and then lining up how you spend your minutes and how you spend your dollars in alignment with those values.
You know that nagging feeling that you could be doing more with your money and how you wish you could create more space and options for your family? Amy Scott, Couples Financial Coach, will teach you how to declutter your finances and implement systems that work for you!
ITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHER 8 FINANCIAL RED FLAGS Here are 8 financial red flags to be on the lookout for in your life! 1 – YOU DON’T HAVE A BUDGET Flaming flag would be that you’re thinking: “what’s a budget?” You need a budget, friend. No, checking your statements or balancing your checkbook at the end of the […]
Finding work-life balance through values based budgeting as a busy working mom. Learn how to figure out what you value most and then spend your time and money doing exactly that!