Summer is here… your kids are surely looking forward to the break from school. How about you? Are you feeling ready for your family-together-time? If you aren’t feeling so ready—consider sitting down with the kids to brainstorm fun activity ideas together. Have the kids write out a list of things they would like to do […]
Family Inspiration, Money, & Jobs
Q: My wife and I make $140,000 a year, and we’re working on our debt snowball. We’re almost out of debt, but we still have two small car payments and some credit card debt...
If you’ve ever witnessed a birthday boy or girl opening gifts at his or her “kid party,” you’ve noticed that the whole point appears to be to mow through the entire stack as quickly as possible with only small attention to who gave what or to how much anyone spent.....With kids all gifts are created equal.
How much of my kids’ summer fun (like camps and sports teams) should I be paying for?
When money is tight, what should I get rid of first (Cable bill? Netflix? Gym membership?)
Q: What comes first—funding retirement or my kids’ college?
Being a free spirit just means you don’t major in details. You’re not the number cruncher, and you don’t wear a pocket protector. But being a free spirit doesn’t mean you can’t be a grown up.