Money Saving and Making Tips for Your Family While on Vacation

Learn How to Rent Your Home While on Vacation

This is a guest post by Hank McKinsey. Hank is a fun-loving, home industry blogger. He writes about all things ‘home’. Check him out on his blog and Twitter and see what he is up to next! If you want to guest post on my blog, check out my guest post guidelines and submit your post.

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We all have one way or another to make money. It is of the utmost importance that we grow our financial situation to keep up with our fast-moving lives. However, from time to time it is important to take a break from our fast-moving lives and go on holiday. What can we do to mitigate the cost of expensive holidays? My favorite tip (at least since buying a new rental property) is to rent out your home while you are on vacation.

How Far Will You Go to Put Your Family First?

3 Insights from Adam LaRoche's Decision to Choose Family over Pro Baseball

The past few days I’ve been following a sports story about a father and his son. If you’ve been too caught up in March Madness you may have missed it. - How Far Will You Go to Put Your Family First

Adam LaRoche is, or was, a player for the Chicago White Sox, until he abruptly retired with a $14 million contract due to him this baseball season. The reason he retired? A White Sox executive asked him to bring his 14-year-old son around the team less often.

How to Stop Fighting About Money

This is a guest post from Alex Craig. Alex is a blogger and founder of Have a Rich Marriage where he helps couples create marriages full of unconditional acceptance and emotional safety. You can find out more about Alex, as well as how you can have a rich marriage, on his blog. If you want to guest post on my blog, check out my guest post guidelines and submit your post.

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I was browsing Facebook while I should have been working last week, and I came across a post from one of my friends. The post was a meme and the saying said, “Marriage allows you to annoy that one special person for the rest of your life.”

How Finances and Unfaithfulness Almost Destroyed our Marriage

Last Sunday on our web show we had a snafu that left us unable to share the amazing interview we had with our guest couple. - About Jackie Bledsoe

So, to keep our promise of sharing an interview with a couple who has or is working toward a lasting and fulfilling marriage, we turned the tables. We decided to sit in the interviewee seat.

4 Ways to Structure Your Career Around Your Family

I’ve been a part of a few mastermind groups over the past few years. It never seems to fail that each time we get together something is said or done that is super beneficial. This week it was a quote that has just been messing with me since I heard it.

4 Ways to Structure Your Career Around Your Family - | Be intentional about structuring your career around your family

The quote was actually shared at the previous week’s mastermind, but it was brought up again this week because it had such a profound impact on everyone in the group. It challenged me, my mastermind group, and will challenge you as well.

9 Ways to Balance AND Enjoy Your Busy Family Life

To say this is a busy season in our lives is by far the understatement of the year. Our family calendar is a jumbled mess of colors, many overlapping the others.

9 ways to balance and enjoy your busy family life - Jackie Bledsoe | tips to help with work-life balance

We are at a unique season in our careers and family. I’m in the middle of some amazing career opportunities (book deal being one). My wife is not only serving the role of homeschooling mom, but also homeschool community director. In addition, we recently launched our first venture together, co-hosts of a web show.

4 Secrets to Balancing Work and Family

This is a guest post from Brian Mininger. Brian is a business coach, speaker and writer, who helps passionate, but overworked small business owners increase their income and personal productivity so they can make a positive impact and achieve a healthy balance between their work and personal life.  You can connect with Brian on his blog at, and on Facebook and Twitter. If you want to guest post on my blog, check out my guest post guidelines and submit your post.

Have you ever found yourself caught in the middle? Feeling pulled in so many directions and not sure how to meet the demands?

If you are a husband and father who cares about his family and personal life, then sooner or later you will experience the struggle to balance work and family.

How Trust, Loyalty, and Unity in Marriage Came from $127,482.30 in Debt

This is a guest post from Cherie Lowe. Since 2008, Cherie has been confidently wearing a plastic crown and encouraging others to dream big dreams. Together with her husband, Brian, Cherie paid off $127,482.30 in a little under four years. She scribed the ups and downs of their debt-slaying journey on her popular website, If you want to guest post on my blog, check out my guest post guidelines and submit your post.

My husband Brian is a patient man. For more than two years, he cast the vision for our family to get out of debt. It’s not that I was ever vehemently opposed to the goal. I mean, who really ever says, “I think it would be swell to have $127K+ in debt. Let’s keep on doing that!”?

How Trust, Loyalty, and Unity in Marriage Came from 7,482.30 in Debt by Cherie Lowe

I just couldn’t see how it would actually be possible to pay off that much debt. Weren’t we already stretched as far as possible? Where would all of that money come from? And certainly we would be absolutely miserable in the process. Who wants that kind of grief in life?

Food Allergies? How to (and Why) Start a Juice Feast (not fast)

Milk, eggs, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish. For many, that’s the weekly grocery list or ingredients for a special dish. For my family, it’s the 6 ingredients which we must keep far away from our toddler.  I learned of his food allergies at the tender age of 5 months and it’s forever changed my life.

Food Allergies? How to (and Why) Start a Juice Feast (not fast) - - Growing Family Leaders
This is a guest post by Leneille Moon.  Leneille is a wife and mother of 3 kids, two by birth, one by marriage.  She is the author of Patty’s Secret: A Tale of a Girl with Food Allergies, and a juicing enthusiast, which developed from a quest to find more things her food allergic child could eat, while attempting to make her entire family healthier.  Her blog, Juice Junkie, was created to help you in your quest to begin living a healthier lifestyle through juicing and a healthy diet.  Follow her on Instagram, and check out her blog.  If you want to guest post on my blog, check out the guidelines here.