Weekly Shout Outs: Family Edition

Weekly Shout Outs: Family EditionWe talk a lot about personal finance on this blog, but one aspect of that we haven’t discussed as much is the challenge of planning finances for a family. That’s why we’re dedicating this week’s shout outs to blog posts that address this subject. In the excellent links below, you can learn about everything from preparing your family for emergencies to working on your financial future together.

How to Prepare for a Family Emergency (My Personal Finance Journey)
In the stress of day to day life, it can be pretty tough to remember to prepare for emergencies. My Personal Finance Journey talks about why you should make this a top priority.

Teaching Kids About Money: Leading By Example (See Debt Run)
Did you know the best time to teach your kids about finance is while they’re young? See Debt Run shares some strategies for teaching kids about money that you can easily incorporate into your own life.

How to Financially Prepare for Your Family’s Future (MoneyNing)
It’s important to not only teach kids how to handle money in terms of numbers, but also in terms of their general mindset when it comes to their relationship with money. MoneyNing talks about how to do this.

Your Kids Want to Learn More About Money From You (One Money Design)
With all this talk about teaching your kids about finances, you might be thinking that there’s no way they’ll want to talk about such a boring subject. However, One Money Design shares some statistics about kids and finance that may surprise you.

Just Push “Pause” (Daily Money Shot)
When it comes to families and finance, it shouldn’t just be all about money and obligations. Daily Money Shot talks about pushing “pause” to take a look around and enjoy the greater qualities of life.

As always, we’d like to give a shout out to great bloggers who’ve recently mentioned us:

Budgets Are Sexy
Celebrating Financial Freedom
Dewey’s Tree House
Money Smart Guides
Money Talks Coaching
My Bank Tracker
Planting Money Seeds

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  • jefferson @SeeDebtRun

    Thank you for including us, Shannon. We always love reading articles about family finance!

    • Shannon_ReadyForZero

      You’re so welcome, I loved your article!