The hubs and I are about to take a scary step.
We're going to talk money.
I'm terrified (but hopeful).
I think he's just terrified.
But it's a GOOD thing.
Because it's a GOD thing.
I've felt an almost palpable tug
lately about getting our finances in order.
Being more intentional.
Being more responsible.
Being more honest about our limits.
Here's a deep dark secret.
I don't know squat about our finances.
OK, that's dramatic.
But true enough to be really scary.
This tug on my heart led me to ask the hubs
to teach me about our money must-knows.
It's been his territory for 8 years now.
And I'm wanting to come in and change things.
I'm wanting to learn.
I'm wanting to help.
This sort of shift has the potential
to break marriages. I know that.
But when God tugs at your heart,
it's for GOOD. It's for BETTER.
I'm trusting on the other side
will be a stronger, closer marriage.
With all that said, how do you budget?
What guidelines do you and your spouse
use to keep things in line?
How do you battle debt?
Chances are, I'm not the only one
who's been here. Who's been nervous.
Who's been naive.
Any advice shared here could help
me and countless other folks
facing the same situation.
Thanks for the advice!
You all are the best.
Good night, all.