Tweet Mrs. Micah has tagged several Personal Finance Bloggers with a challenge: Find one step you can take to make your financial system better or more organized. My choice: rewrite my Will. I have to admit that I haven’t thought
Tweet I think few people would disagree that children learn much of their life skills from their parents. From parenting, to work ethic, to spousal relationships, to personal finance, the most important things in life that children learn are those
photo credit: P Keigan I’ll be on vacation with my family this week. We’re going on a western Caribbean cruise! I have some posts lined up but I may be a little slow in approving comments and getting back with
Tweet What a great vacation! We drove a little over 4,700 miles to visit Yellowstone National Park and Mt Rushmore National Memorial. If you EVER get the chance to go, take it! Four Thousand Seven HUNDRED miles? Yes, we spent
Teaching time management skills when life is relatively simple will make it naturally easier for your child when life gets a little more complicated. So how can you effectively teach your child the skill of managing his or her time?
Having a newborn can be a tremendous financial shock for the unprepared, but follow these tips and you’ll be miles ahead.
photo credit: dewfall The little blocks that make up every decision we make are what constructs our lives, financial, spiritual, emotional, psychological, occupational, and every other “—tional” you can think of. Just like a building is built brick by brick, […]
Tweet Is it just me or has anyone else noticed that Christmas, and the expectations surrounding it, can easily and quickly get out of hand? I’ve said for several years that we should treat Christmas like the Olympics … every
This is a controversial issue in many families and a lot of times, the parents are split in their ideas. I believe that parents should address this issue very early so that there are no surprises when the teenager reaches
Remember when you were a little kid? When you had wants, needs, or desires, you had only to go to your parents (or maybe grandparents) with your requests. If you wanted a giant dill pickle at your older brother’s little