Dressing Modestly on a Budget: Women’s Edition

Modesty is an interesting topic among Christian women. Depending on who you talk to, you might get a radically different definition of how to dress modestly. Some Christian women define dressing modestly by never wearing pants, or by never wearing skirts that don’t hit knee-length. Others cover their hair completely and wear very baggy clothing.Continue reading “Dressing Modestly on a Budget: Women’s Edition”

How to be Charitable When You’re Broke

  Dealing with job loss, unexpected bills, or other tough financial times can make Christmas a trickier time to navigate, financially speaking. As you look ahead to your budget, it might be awkward when people ask you to be charitable. The warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you help other people could conflict with theContinue reading “How to be Charitable When You’re Broke”

Master Your Money by Ron Blue Book Review

Do you feel like your money is in charge of you, instead of you being in charge of your money? Do you ever wish that you knew how you could master your money? Entrepreneur and accountant Ron Blue has a few ideas in his new book Master Your Money. This is a re-vamped version ofContinue reading “Master Your Money by Ron Blue Book Review”

The Young Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting and Running a Business: Turn Your Ideas Into Money!

Have you ever thought about starting your own business, creating your own product, or making money off your own idea? Steve Mariotti has, and he’s taught high school students how to do the same. He’s written a book which has been recently updated, and it’s entitled The Young Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting and Running aContinue reading “The Young Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting and Running a Business: Turn Your Ideas Into Money!”