Related Posts
  • Blog Post: 7 Things Divorce Has Taught me About Money

    Going through a divorce teaches you many life lessons. Following a divorce support blog helps. For instance I learned that, I am okay on my own, being me is more important then being something I am not, I don't need anyone to take care of me. Aside from the life lessons I've also learned some important...
  • Blog Post: Healthy & Wealthy After Divorce

    Breakups are often the catalyst for change; a new you and new goals for your future. Unfortunately, we often use every excuse in the book to keep us from reaching those goals. Now is the time to take a stand for you and resolve to be healthy, and wealthy. You can do it, here's how! Budget Time for You...
  • Blog Post: The “Sticking” Budget

    Every aspect of divorce is difficult no matter how you look at it, especially when it comes to your finances. Let's face the facts: You have gone from two incomes to one. You are no longer "splitting" expenses with someone. Your rates on insurance are likely to rise. And you probably got stuck with some...
  • Blog Post: My Son's Father, My Ex... Yes, I Pray For Him

    I still pray for my son's father ever so often. Here's why... I've read so many articles and statistics about how parental discord and separation affects a child. To me, the news was not good. One article that I read suggested there was strong evidence that divorce and parental conflict can be associated...
  • Blog Post: What I Wish I Would Have Known Before Divorce...

    Could have, should have, and would have....I hate having to say those words. Could I have handled that situation differently? Why didn't I think of that? Ahhh the regrets.... When it comes to getting a divorce many of us have regrets not necessarily about the divorce but, the financial decisions...
  • Blog Post: 7 Ways to “Save” Yourself After Divorce

    No one said it was going to be easy financially after a divorce, and by now you may be figuring out that it's downright difficult! While there were two incomes before, now there is only one, and the bills still need to get paid. For many of us, this means an entire lifestyle change. So what can you...
  • Blog Post: Gifts from the Heart

    I don't know about you but the thought of spending money I don't currently have for Christmas this year frightens me! September is usually the time I take stock of what I have on hand: Gifts I plan to re-gift , purchases I have made through the year (usually 75% off or more bargains that I have...
Page 1 of 1 (7 items)