Sarah Winfrey is a writer, homeschool parent, and has a Masters in Spiritual Formation & Soul Care. She is also training to be certified as a medical chaplain.
Your cover letter is your time to shine. Including these seven things, though, will surely dull the sparkle.
Being selfish isn't always a bad thing. Especially when it comes to certain situations involving your money.
Self-care has become a critical way to cope with the stress of the modern world. But is it really just draining your bank account?
Stealthy money is healthy money.
Believe it or not, there's such a thing as being too frugal. It's called "being a cheapskate."
A little positivity can go a long way — especially when it comes to reaching financial goals.
The first step to bouncing back from a money mistake is to cut yourself some slack.
A terrible workday often leads to a bad workweek. But these simple fixes will turn your work frown upside down.
Give your favorite bookworm a real treat this holiday season with any of these stellar gift ideas.
Being a one-car family is great for trimming the budget, but let's be real — it's not always easy. Here's how to afford that second set of wheels.
You've heard it a zillion times: Find your bliss by living in the present. Unfortunately, you may also lose your wallet.
Corralled into a never-ending TSA line? Put your boredom to work and make these money moves while you wait.
Rory and Lorelai have taught us so much about love, family, and...money? Yep, money, too.
Living with roommates isn't always easy, but here's how to make it somewhat tolerable.
Fear can destroy your life. Radical implosion can help you destroy your fears.
"Use value" can help you get the most bang for your buck. And it'll probably save you a few bucks, too.
A "reverse bucket list" — a running tally of all the wonderful things you've already accomplished — can be the perfect personal finance motivator.
Doing good deeds doesn't need to cost a pretty penny. Go ahead — lend a hand for less than $10.
Skip the fancy gym membership and get a killer workout with these frugal fitness tools that'll fit anyone's budget — and fitness level.
You can do everything online, right? Not yet!