Spring Family & Consumer Sciences classes include Beautiful You, Savings Savvy, and Plate It Up! Kentucky Proud.
When deciding whether to buy in bulk, consider these tips to reduce waste, save money, and begin to keep a consistently stocked pantry.
Stretch a tight income by reducing expenses. Use these creative tips to prioritize, cut back, and eliminate excess spending.
COVID-19 has strained many families' finances. If your budget has recently tightened, it's important to communicate with all family members about new financial realities, including youth.
Trying to eat healthier without breaking the bank? Use these simple tips for eating healthy on a budget. Low calorie, low sodium Apply Coleslaw recipe included.
Food can become a focal point for our celebrations, but this is also a time of year when money can be tight. Try these tips for planning a budget-conscious gathering with your family this holiday season.
High heating bills? These quick and easy tips help save money during cold winter months. Stay warm and save money on winter heating costs.
Single parents often feel overwhelmed when it comes to managing their finances. These tips can help you create a financial plan to help you and your family be financially successful.
Wishing for vacation but afraid you can't afford it? Check out these budget vacation tips including finding last minute deals or having a staycation.
Include your children in age-appropriate discussions about family finances to help them learn to value money and spend it wisely. Children learn about money by watching their parents and by practicing money management. Children who take part in regular discussions about their family's financial management learn how to make financial decisions on their own.