In this video, I show you how our family of 7 saves money at restaurants. We love to eat out, but it can get expensive if you’re not intentional. We’ll also talk about 11 marketing tricks restaurants use on the menu to make you spend more.
Should You Have Combined or Separate Finances in Marriage?
In this video, we’re talking about combined finances in marriage. Or should you have separate finances? There’s no easy answer, but we’ll talk about all your options and how to choose.
8 Ways We Feed Our Family of 7 Nutritious Meals for Under $400/Month
In this video, I explain how we feed our family of 7 for less than $500/month. We still eat nutritious meals and we don’t sacrifice our health to save money. These are 8 ways you can do it for your family too.
Ask Yourself This Question Before You Start ANY Financial Planning
In this video, I’ll show you the most important question you need to ask yourself about money before you start any financial planning. This is the foundation of your financial life.
4 Things Your Kids Can Teach You About Money
In this video, I’ll show you 4 money lessons I learned from my kids. Our kids can teach us more than we think. We can actually learn a lot just by observing our children.
4 Concepts Your Kids Need to Know About Money & Life
In this video, I show you the best principles I’ve found in the 450 books I’ve read for your kids to learn helpful habits. Some ideas work better than others. I’ve made sure to only include the concepts and principles that really work – the stuff I actually do in my daily life.
How to Be Where You Are: Teach Your Kids the Power of the Present
In this video, we’re talking about living in the present. It’s not easy to be present – to be where you are, but it is a Biblical concept. These are some steps to practice being present.
How to Control Your Social Media Usage: 5 Options to Pick From
More and more studies are showing how social media can make us feel terrible. It can isolate us, make us feel lonely, and it can lead to depression. It makes sense. People post their best lives. We see that and think everyone else has it so much better than we do.