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My Husband May Be the Head of Household but I am the Chief Financial Officer

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Call me “old-fashion” but I believe the man is the head of the home, I don’t think submission to his leadership makes a woman weak, and I believe that honor for your spouse keeps marriages strong. So when it comes to managing the finances of the home; while my husband is Chief Executive Officer (CEO), I’m Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

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You Can Successfully Work from Home Even with the Kids Around

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After I had Caleb, I did NOT want to go back to work. This was huge for me to admit. I was always the one who thought I would go crazy being at home all day with a child. However, during my maternity leave, it started to become a reality that I would eventually return to work and the thought was terrifying. My boss at the time totally surprised me. She told me that I could work part-time from home.

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6 Steps to Eliminate Debt and Achieve Financial Freedom

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In Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University, he describes two types of people as it relates to money – the nerd and the free spirit. If you are married, you have to determine which one you are and which one your spouse is so you can understand each other’s money habits. The nerd is the person who counts every penny. You practically have to pry money out of their hands. On the other hand, the free spirit allows money to literally flow freely out of their hands. Both of these personalities need each other. The nerd needs the free spirit to help them loosen up while the free spirit needs the nerd to help them with discipline.

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