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Financial Singles

How to Transition Out of College Without Breaking the Bank (or Your Spirit)

“Go to college,” they said. “It will be fun!” they said. I am not sure, however, that any of us are fully prepared for the difficulty of transitioning from life in college to...

author: Jacob Putzer

Christian Living Singles

Father Knows Best

What do you want to be when you grow up?   [As appeared on] As a child and later as a mom, this has been a frequent conversation starter in my home. I...

author: Dawn Carroll

Christian Living Singles

When God Ruins Your Plans

Some of the hardest times in our lives to trust in God are when our plans get ruined. We have expectations, we have hope, but then everything shifts. “Why God would you do this...

author: Craig Constantinos

Community Families Singles

There's Just Something About Sisters

[As appeared on Star Tribune] Whether you grew up with a brother or sister, or maybe multiple siblings, those with whom you share parents (and sometimes a room with!) create a...

author: Rebecca Barrack

Financial Families Singles

How to Use a No-Spend Challenge to Break Shopping Habits

Are you an impulse spender? It turns out you’re not the only one. Millions of Americans make unnecessary purchases every day. Each year, consumers spend an average of $5,400 on...

author: Guest Blogger

Healthy Living Families Singles

5 Delicious Junk Food Alternatives for Healthy Living

When life gets busy or stressful it is so easy to fall into the convenience and comfort of junk food even though we know it’s bad for us.

author: Deborah Ryan

Financial Families Singles

DIY vs. Hiring It Out: Choosing Home Renovation Projects You Can Handle

There are plenty of reasons to jump on the “Do It Yourself” (DIY) bandwagon this year. After spending a long time at home during the pandemic, you may be ready to update a...

author: Women Who Money

Healthy Living Families Singles

Simple Ways to Mix Up Your Home Workout Routine for Next Level Fitness

[As appeared on Boston Herald] Although some gyms have started to open back up, many of us are still working out at home. Home workouts can still be intense. If you have been...

author: Deborah Ryan