You're a mom. You can do anything. (yes, even manage your money)
Start today and download my FREE Mom's Got Money starter pack!
You’ll also get updates from me.

How to be Financially Successful in Your First Year of College

  August 24

The first day of college is an incredibly exciting time for students. After all, you’re finally on your own! You don’t have to ask permission to go anywhere or do anything. It’s completely up to you how you want to spend your time, what classes you take, what type of job you’ll have, and how … Continued

How My Broken Car Changed my Outlook on Debt

  November 17

Today’s post is written by my friend and fellow PF blogger, Aaron Crowe. Once you’re finished reading it, please hop on over to his blog as I am posting over there today. 🙂 Enjoy! I don’t think anyone consciously chooses a life of debt. It just sort of happens. A new clothing purchase here. Dining … Continued

How to Afford Going Back to School as an Adult

  April 3

Presumably, you already know how to read, write, and do basic math. You already know the names and placement of the 50 states and their capitals, mostly… 😉 I won’t tell! At any rate, you have the bare minimum level of knowledge and skills to hold down most entry-level jobs, including the one you currently … Continued

Alternative Ways to Save For College

  February 18

This past weekend, I was talking to a few other moms about college funds. Since I’m a personal finance blogger and all that jazz, they wanted to know how the hubs and I are saving for college for the twinsies. Although we’re pretty new at the whole parenting thing and investing in college accounts, I’m … Continued

How to Send Two Kids To College on a Teacher’s Salary

  January 12

Please welcome my friend Jenna to the blog, who has a great story about how her parents sent her and her twin sister to college even though they both made low incomes. Twenty-six years ago, my parents were in for the shock of their lives. Five months after saying I do, my parents found out … Continued
Copyright © Catherine Alford.  Designed & Developed with by