Show Notes for November 15, 2017
Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.
Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving.
One of the best ways to get involved is with organizations you know and trust.
The Compass Catholic blog on Giving Tuesday will share ways you can help promote the Mission of Compass Catholic Ministries.
Read Evelyn’s Blog: Giving Tuesday
Seeking Godly Counsel
Show Notes for November 8, 2017
It is easy to talk ourselves into buying whatever we want or think we need. It is simple to justify any purchase we want to make, no matter how large or how small.
But how many times do we later regret those purchases and realize we made a mistake by spending too much money or buying the wrong thing without thinking it through.
Many financial mistakes can be avoided by seeking godly counsel before spending our hard earned money.
Read the Compass Catholic blog on seeking godly counsel and learn more about the resources available from Compass Catholic Ministries, at http://compasscatholic.org/money-blog/
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The Tradeoff Between Energy, Time and Money
Show Notes for November 1, 2017
Energy, time and money. Sometimes you have more of one than the other. Listen in for ideas to help you with the balancing act.
Downsize the house. A smaller house means less energy and time to maintain as well as a cost reduction.
Make two meals at once and freeze one to save time when you are on the go. You’ll also save a little money on the cost of the meal.
Plan shopping around sales to save time, money and energy.
Spot clean on a semi-regular basis to save energy and time.
Keep an up to date grocery list so when you go to the store you know exactly what you need. You won’t waste money buying something you don’t need and you won’t waste energy and time having to go back to the store for something you forgot to buy.