Thirteen Budget-Friendly Christmas Activities for the Family

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By Catherine Martinez School's out for the holidays! It's time to make memories as a family, but you don't have to break the bank to do so. Here...

Talking about Money with Kids

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By Mississippi Treasurer David McRae Throughout April, as part of Financial Education Month, I have been writing about ways families can improve their financial literacy and savings skills....

How to pack the perfect picnic

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By Amber Pankonin With the one-year anniversary of Smart Women Smart Money magazine and the fact that we survived a pandemic, there are so many reasons to celebrate...

The Road to Recovery Begins with Care for Children

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By Shannon SantschiWe see them everywhere now--Help Wanted signs adorn practically every storefront in America. Global staffing firm ManpowerGroup reports that almost 70% of businesses worldwide are...

Ten Actions Steps During Financial Literacy Month

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By Samantha Compton April is Financial Literacy Month and was first recognized in the U.S. in April 2004. It was designed to bring greater awareness to the need...

Heart of the Matter: Living with Intentionality

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By Melanie Kreifels, SWSM Managing Editor You were made on purpose, for a purpose, and you have value because you exist. That’s a powerful concept for one to...

Heart of the Matter: A Perspective on Grief

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By Melanie Kreifels, SWSM Managing Editor This time of year can be hard for many. Autumn is my favorite season, but for some it’s a sad reminder that...

Three Ways to Cook with Canned Pumpkin on National Pumpkin Day

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By Amber Pankonin Monday, October 26, is National Pumpkin Day! In addition to pumpkin spice lattes and pumpkin bread, there are so many other ways to enjoy pumpkin...

Presidents Day: Lessons from Polk, Pierce, Harrison, and Taft that Could Help Us Today

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By Sarah Wall Although it's one of America's oldest holidays, first established in 1800 to commemorate George Washington's birthday, Presidents' Day is also a quieter one, without much...

Dine at Home, Save Money and Support Local on Valentine’s Day

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By Amber Pankonin Each year I look forward to dining out on Valentine’s Day. However, with concerns about Covid-19 and dining out, I know many of us are...
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