Welcoming a baby into the world is a reason for joy but, for many new parents, this also comes with a whole new set of concerns surrounding health, education and finances. … [Read more...] about Proven Finance Tips for New Parents
â€œDad, my Xbox doesn't read discs anymore, it just says the tray is empty.â€ My son had taken his Xbox to a friend's house the night before. I wasn't thrilled that he was taking it out of the house, and unfortunately my concerns … [Read more...] about How I Got A Brand New Xbox For $100
Matthew found my article "Can we be a single-income household" and asked the following question: Mike, I read your article about becoming a single income household and I have a question. My wife and I recently had our second child and she just … [Read more...] about Going Single-Income: Help a Reader Make the Decision
This is part eleven of the Ways to Save Money Series. Growing up, many of us in the Gen-X and Y generations, and even the Baby Boomers, were taught that the world is yours and you are different, unique, and valuable. While I agree that recognizing … [Read more...] about Ways to Save #11: Learn to Say NO!
I wanted to highlight a few great articles Stacie wrote over at Building Nutrition with regards to gift ideas for your children, nieces, nephews, random street hooligans and so forth: Gifts related to Physical Activity Gifts related to … [Read more...] about Health and Fitness Gift Ideas for Kids
I am a Catholic Christian, but I try not to force my beliefs on others as I am still resolving truths for myself. However, I don't like devious marketing schemes meant for ill intent. I want to inform my readers that a new movie, based on a very … [Read more...] about PSA: The Truth About “The Golden Compass”