Who doesn’t like to save some money? Take a listen (or a read) for some practical tips from our special guest Tesha Brown-King.
If you are looking for a way to save and make some money, you’ll want to listen to my conversation with Tesha Brown-King.
Hey family, With Christmas approaching, some of us are thinking about pets for the kids…or maybe even ourselves. While I admit I am occasionally tempted buy the sheer cuteness of the four-legged variety, the helpful infographic below does not include dog-grooming, kenneling (if you need to go on away), or doggie day care in the event your pooch needs supervision during the day. Unless I have a change of heart, I’ll just be content enjoying other people’s pets with my eyes! Lest you think this decision has nothing to do with God, the Word advises us to “be diligent to know the state of your flocks, and attend to your herds; for riches are not forever, nor does a crown endure to all generations” (Proverbs 27:23-24). In other words, take a look at the costs and budget wisely. Love, BCU Source: http://www.dailyinfographic.com/cost-of-owning-a-pet-infographic
Hey family! I was scrolling through my Instagram feed today and saw this quote from Christian comedian Broderick E. Rice: “Early birds get more than just the worm; they get everything the latecomers aren’t willing to sacrifice for.” He lowered the “BOOM”, y’all! 😳 As I pondered that, back in my 20’s, I might have chuckled and kept moving. Fast forward a couple of decades, and I totally agree with what he said. Occasional tardiness, or something that can’t be helped (church service starts at 7pm and you get off work at the same time, you got a flat tire, you were ministering at church, etc..) is one thing, it is the habitual lateness that is the quagmire for most of us. Not only is non-punctuality extremely discourteous, it is stressful (for the offender and the offended) and most of all, it shows lack of stewardship with the precious commodity that God entrusts us with. Many times, we just need to manage our time better. In doing some quick research, I ran across a post about tardiness …