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.
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!
Some money woes are unavoidable — but some are. It's high time to stop putting yourself in these terrible spending situations.
Stop dreading the "b-word." Mastering these simple budgeting skills will put you on the path to financial wellbeing.
It's wise to be careful with our resources, but too much caution will hold us back. Learn to recognize abundance.
Don't fall victim to these faux finance calls. Here's how to protect yourself and your loved ones from a scam.
It's almost July and that means it's hot out for most of you. Keep your cool without losing your shirt with some clever hot air hacks.
Deep money lessons can be found in the most unlikely places — even the dojo.
When the daily Stay-at-Home routine starts to wear thin, take heart. You're living — and teaching — some valuable frugal living truths.
"Budgeting" and "dieting" are our two toughest resolutions. The strategies that work with one just might work for the other.
You might be able to justify a "treat yourself" purchase, but all those little treats add up to one big, stressful bill. What's it really costing you?
It's a spendy world out there. Before you leave the house, make sure you've got these frugal tools with you.
A huge percentage of Millennials move back home with Mom and Dad. These money moves will help them get their financial footing.
If the hefty price tag is dampening your enthusiasm for fair trade, get smart about sourcing your ethically produced must haves.
Being a stay-at-home mom isn't all mid-day naps and clipping coupons. Learn why SAH moms are financially savvy and so much more than a stereotype.