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BECOME A FINANCIALLY FIT FAMILY

Family Money Adventure was created so we could share our money and life lessons with you. Our hope is to help families learn and grow. We want to help you to achieve the family and financial life that’s only existed in your dreams.

Family

4 kids and 17 years of marriage we have found out a thing our two about how to build a functional family lifestyle and we share that here with you.

Money

Learn how to manage your family money better. From budgeting to traveling on the cheap, we write about covers all things family finance.

Adventure

We have created a life that allows us more time (and money) to do the things we love including travel. We value experiences over things.

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LATEST FROM THE BLOG

  • Choosing A College During A Pandemic

    by Kevin Payne

    With that in mind, we decided to be proactive with her college search to help her find the motivation to look at schools and what they offered, create a shortlist of schools to visit if possible, and where to go from there.

  • Financial Literacy For Teens

    by Kate Daugherty

    The pandemic has presented many new opportunities for parents to be involved in their children’s education. Although teaching fractions with baking, historical reenactments of history in the living room, and science experiments in the backyard are fun, this is also a great opportunity for parents to offer some practical and beneficial learning about financial literacy, especially with teenagers. 

  • Top 10 Things To Do In Columbus With Kids

    by Ashley Hartsock

    Whether you are traveling through Ohio’s capital city, planning to take a trip there, or live nearby and are looking for new things to do with your family, Columbus has so many options for fun family activities.

    From impressive parks and gardens to interactive museums and exciting sporting events, there’s sure to be something in Columbus, Ohio that will create a lasting memory for you and your family.

  • The Best Debit Cards For Kids

    by Kevin Payne

    Debit cards for kids are helpful financial literacy tools for teaching your children about money management. Cards are typically either tied to a checking account or are reloadable prepaid cards.

  • One of the most important tools we’ve used to reach our financial goals is the use of sinking funds. You may not be familiar with the term, but sinking funds are a great way to save money for events, large purchases, and other life and financial goals. Keep reading to learn more about sinking funds can help you reach your savings goals. 

  • Are Cedar Point Season Passes Worth It?

    by Kevin Payne

    Every summer, millions of people make their way to Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio.  Cedar Point season passes are a great way to save money on visits to the amusement park. Costs for season passes, however, can seem overwhelming, especially for a family of 6 like mine. Let’s explore the different season pass options offered by Cedar Point to see if they make sense for your family.

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