Women & Money

12 Great Financial Tips for Stay-at-Home Moms

by Kent on February 21, 2012

Stay-at-home moms face a myriad of challenges; not the least of them is managing family finances on only one income. This is just a short list of issues. Self education regarding family finances is crucial for homemakers because of reduced income, lack of retirement accounts, increased need for self-discipline (possibly more time to shop), and […]


Book Review: 7 Money Rules for Life

by Kent on February 9, 2012

The Great Recession that started in 2007 has thrown millions of families into financial disarray.  I have been looking for a timely book to recommend to people to provide the tools, motivation, learning, change and inspiration people need.  The wait is over. Mary Hunt, one of the top 3 greatest personal finance writers of our […]


Financial Challenges of Women

by Kent on November 18, 2011

Over the last few years I have counseled or held educational events for over 1,000 people. More than 50% of them are women, and it seems as if they are a little better than men at taking charge of their financial life. If you were to guess which issue women worry about most, would you […]


Spending Versus Feeling

by Kent on November 12, 2011

A good friend of mine suggested that I read or recommend the book “When Spending Takes the Place of Feeling,” by Karen O’Connor, she updated it “A Woman’s Place is in the Mall . . . And Other Lies” from Harvest House Publishers. For various reasons this friend of mine had a lot of emotional issues to […]