You made it through the holiday bustle and maybe even found a few quiet moments to reflect on the year behind. For me, the anticipation of returning to a “normal” schedule again is more appealing as each day passes. As our family is preparing to resume the regular routine, we are doing what many families do – plan ahead. But, if you spent a little more during the holidays than you had intended, you may be dreading the looming holiday bills. Here are a few tips from some of my past blog posts that might be helpful to get your family started on the right financial foot this year:
Wishing you and your family a money savvy year in 2019.
Claire Green, President of Parents’ Choice Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps us all make the most out of play for our children, was explaining to me recently what she looks for in choosing a really great toy as a gift: “The best toys prompt children to think, feel, or do; they encourage curiosity, empathy and creativity.”
No, it’s not money, or another designer something or another. It’s advice. Advice Millennials really don’t want – but they need. Now. Before it’s too late. Here are a few showstoppers to weave in to the upcoming holiday time you’ll spend together: