Former "Counting On" star Jill Duggar is making sure she teaches her kids about the value of money and recently went on Instagram to share her methods.
Milk Is a Necessity In Most Households
Duggar used the simple task of getting milk at the store to bring up the subject with her kids of being frugal with your money.
"Forgot milk, so actually had to go into the store before grabbing our pickup order....used the opportunity to let Israel practice counting money and teach a little about budgeting," Duggar wrote.
"How do you talk about/incorporate teaching money and good spending habits with your kids?" she asked.
Duggar added that she's been taking advantage of Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace Jr. program, which is often offered through various churches. The program talks about four principles: working, spending, saving and giving.
"He’s been loving his #financialpeacejr stuff (not an ad but highly recommend!!)...so this was another great time to talk about money and spending! @daveramsey #cashisking👑 #budget," Duggar wrote.
Exactly How Is This All Working Out?
As that's going on, fans are worried because they're not sure what the family is doing financially to stay afloat. Jill and her husband, Derick Dillard, apparently haven't gotten paid by TLC since they were at "Counting On" in 2017.
But Derick is out there working for a food-delivery business and studying law full-time, so it sounds like they do have a plan. Just keep us posted.