Welcome to SimpleFinanceMom.com, a place that strives to simplify finances, help you manage your money and turn your financial dreams into actionable goals.
My husband and I paid off over $80,000 of debt and are building up our fully funded emergency fund, investing for retirement, and saving for college. My goal is to empower you to do the same!
The heart behind Simple Finance Mom is to make managing money as easy as it should be. To encourage you to find a budget that actually works. To simplify savings. To educate you to take the first steps to plan for your retirement and college savings.
On top of sharing tips and strategies that will help you in your money management, I will also be writing about our experiences with Dave Ramsey’s teachings. “Blogging through the Baby Steps,” if you will.
Basically, I want to teach you everything you need to know about finances in everyday, ordinary mom-speak. No fancy financial lingo here. My goal is to make managing money less intimidating. Finances don’t have to be overwhelming! If anything, the simpler they are, the better results you will get.
Some of the things you will read about here at SimpleFinanceMom.com, are…
-Tips and tricks for sticking to a budget.
-Our debt free story and the steps we took to make it happen.
-Strategies that will help you pay off your own debt.
-Ideas for building up your savings.
-Emergency funds: how much to save and where to keep them.
-Investing for beginners.
-Managing time and life well on a budget.
If you are tired of worrying about money all the time, I hope this becomes a place of inspiration and encouragement for you!
For now, feel free to browse some of my top posts in each category….
- Our Debt Free Story
- 8 Inspiring Debt Free Stories
- How to Pay Off Debt When You Don’t Know Where to Start
- 5 Steps to a Successful Debt Snowball
- 8 Steps to a Budget that Actually Works
- How to Crush Your Goals with a Spending Plan
- 5 Tips to Stick to Your Budget
- 12 Things I Stopped Buying to Save Money
- 5 Ways an Evening Routine Will Save You Money
- 4 Savings Account Every Family Should Have
- 7 Things to Know About Investing
- 5 Must Read Books for Beginning Investors
- Investing Terms Every Beginner Should Know
Life and Money
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