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Building a Successful Budget

Whether you’re trying to pay off bills, save for a dream vacation or create a nest egg for retirement, having a sound budget is often the first step toward bringing about your financial goals. While "budgeting" is often associated with cutting spending, creating and sticking to a budget can be a fairly painless process with the right plan in place.

3 Things to Remember When You Feel Like a Powerless Mom

We aspire to be the Pinterest perfect mama: daily creating tasty organic meals while keeping a tidy house, but motherhood is anything but perfect.

If you feel powerless as a mom, I’d like to offer you 3 things to remember when you are spending time in the trenches....

Sharpen Students’ Minds with Proper Nutrition

Bells will soon be ringing, and parents may experience déjá vu for the first several weeks of school. That’s because the early part of each new school year is commonly spent reversing the effect of “summer brain drain” – when kids lose skills they mastered the previous year.

How can a proper diet help reverse this trend?

Fatigue is a Real Symptom, Not Just Aging

You're exhausted all the time, and you know that's not right.  Your doctor says it's all in your head, but you know there's a possible medical reason for how you feel.
If you are suffering from fatigue, or a list of symptoms that won’t go away, odds are extremely good that one of these five causes is the true culprit.

What to Do When Life Feels Incomplete

Do you ever think of your life as being split up into different pieces of a puzzle? You have your spouse, your kids, your job, your friends, your house, your church, etc. It’s all mapped out. It all looks good together.

But what do you do if one of those portions is missing? What if a slice of your life’s pie doesn’t exist yet? What if it never will?

6 Keys to Controlling Your Spending

We all know about clipping coupons and buying in bulk as ways to save some money.  But what are some less-tangible ways a couple can reach their financial goals, and save money?  Here are some ways you may not have thought of!

Why I Thank God for Closed Doors

Too often, we suspect that great riches hide behind all those closed doors; we imagine that God is withholding the best. But that's not who God is.

How to Answer Little People's Big Questions

We’ve all been asked questions that we have absolutely no idea how we’re supposed to answer, let alone on a kid-appropriate level. Spiritual preparedness is the only key to responding to the wacky, weary, out-of-bound inquiries pint-sized people can ask.

Here are a few actions to find the right answers.

Ease Kids Back into School with Confidence

If you think starting or transferring to a new school might be difficult for your child, consider these strategies to help ease both of you into a more comfortable place and build confidence for a successful school year.

5 Ways the Whole Family Can Eat Healthy

People are understandably conscious about the foods they’re eating and where they come from. This has seen the rise of whole, clean and natural foods, and in the last couple years, the trend has even moved into pet foods.
These tips can help your whole family lead a more healthy life.

10 Sure Signs He's Not that into You

Lonely isn’t fun. Too often, single women will look past the obvious in a desperate attempt to create a relationship that simply isn’t there. Being aware of some of the signs of disinterest from a man is crucial to avoiding unnecessary heartache.

Here are 10 red flags that may show you -- He's just not that into you.

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