Babies bring out the best in us, especially when it comes to being generous.
Newborns don’t need a whole lot of stuff – mainly just food, diaper changes, hugs and feeling secure. But I’ve discovered some relatively inexpensive items that can end up being total lifesavers during the baby’s first year.
Sorry I’ve been MIA from my blog the past couple months. As many of you know, I’ve taken on a very new, very exciting role in life: Mom. Evan was born on the first day of summer, June 21. He’s a happy baby who loves bath time and his Sharknado robe.
When She Makes More received a very thoughtful and balanced review on Forbes.com, written by staff writer Susan Adams.
I seriously regret eating veggie lasagna leftovers for lunch, especially right before reading Phyllis Schlafly’s Christian Post op-ed entitled, “Facts and Fallacies About Paycheck Fairness.”
Since the New Year, I’ve enjoyed receiving your questions and have decided to tackle a few here on my blog.
My husband and I have ultimately decided that no matter how wide our income disparity and no matter who is bringing home the smaller paycheck, entirely opting out of the workforce to be a stay-at-home parent is far too risky.
One year into my marriage, I occasionally find myself spending with a newfound guilt.
Can’t figure out why you’re making the same financial mistakes? It may have something to do with your gender.
The next time someone approaches you in a bar and asks for your digits, they may not be after your phone number. For those seeking a soul mate, the following financial dealbreakers may surprise you.