“Drip by drip isn’t a crowd pleaser, but that’s what makes real change happen.” – Seth Godin
I read a daily email blog from Seth Godin. His perspective is more often than not – unique and thought-provoking. Today’s blog’s last line caught my attention: “Drip by drip isn’t a crowd pleaser, but that’s what makes real change happen.” That’s so true – but especially true in my world of financial education, where we start teaching kids about money in Pre-K.Continue reading
Years ago, I was working on a Saturday at my office when I got a call from my dad asking me to meet up with him for coffee. All I could think of was how much work I had to do. And as unwilling as I was to stop and meet up with him, jackknifing my time at the office that weekend and my progress on that mountain of deadlines, I agreed.Continue reading
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.