About Family Money Adventure

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 believe in filling our lives with experiences instead of things.

Our Story

Hi, We are Kevin and Barb Payne. Over the past 17 years of marriage, we’ve learned (the hard way most likely!) how to manage our family’s money better. This has allowed us to stress less and enjoy life more.

 

Family Money Adventure was created so we could share those 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.

Our journey to becoming financially fit has taught us many difficult lessons. Through it all, we’ve been able to create a life that allows us more time (and money) to fill our lives with the things we love: family, faith, fun, experiences, and travel.


We have 4 amazing (most of the time) kids and one slightly evil cat.


We invite you into our family and hope this can be a great starting point to more family, money, and adventure!

LATEST FROM THE BLOG

  • Cedar Point has a special place in my heart. Growing up, our family often made the trek to Sandusky, Ohio, no matter where we were living at the time. I also worked there in the summer while in college. Cedar Point will always be “America’s Rollercoast” to me. Use this complete guide to visiting Cedar Point to plan your family’s next visit to the amusement park. 

  • 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. 

  • The best family budgeting apps help you track your monthly income and expenses and give you access to your budget anywhere, at any time. To determine the best family budgeting apps for 2021, we looked at multiple features, including ease of use, account linking, and customizable categories, so that you can make the best choice for your family.

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