My husband wanted this game for a few years after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad. He didn't want to spend the money for it. Being the good wife that I am, I decided to buy it as a gift.
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SO glad I did,
Have you ever wanted to be an entrepreneur?
Do you like talking to people?
Do you always recommend movies, restaurants, books, or pretty much anything you love to your friends and family?
Are you organized?
Do you track your expenses and are conscious of your spending ? Or at least want to work on it?
I have heard so many people say they are not "readers." How do you learn? Learning is so gratifying, especially when you benefit from it. There is so much to learn and we have so much access to knowledge now. I recently finished reading "Talking to Strangers" and I thought it was
Since we are stuck inside I am reading 4 different books at the same time so hopefully I can get it all straight as I write about two of these books.
My first book I am really enjoying and keep thinking this guy must have read my mind. It's called "People are Idiots and
We are going through a tough time right now, there's some uncertainty, for sure! The good new is, that it's temporary. The warm weather will come and the virus will stop. We are so lucky that it has come to us during a time of an abundance of resources, especially the internet!
It’s tax time ! A dreadful time for me. It’s a chore, a hassle, a big pain, but I’m thankful for tax software, I can’t imagine doing it long hand despite my accounting degree !
One of the most helpful tools I have used throughout the year is an app called everlance. It is
Yup I am still paying for it even though I graduated in 2006. My parents did not contribute to the tuition, this was all on me. I don’t see that as a problem.
The big mistake I made though... since I had no idea what I was doing 20 years ago was, I consolidated my federal student loans
Start Teaching your kiddos about Investing!
The first time I heard about stocks and how they work, I was in college. I immediately dismissed them as a concept that is not for me. I didn’t have money to spare for the market, plus I didn’t want to lose a penny. I’m sure a lot of people
From the time my kids turned around 5 years old, I taught them about prices, and money. If I told them, "woah that is crazy expensive, let's put it back, they actually listened!' We always went to the back of the store for the clearance items and looked at prices, talked about whether
This is a bit of a cliché but the book that really started me to think seriously about by finances is by Dave Ramsey. Have you heard of him before? Perhaps his podcast or from a friend? This book is called “The Total Money Makeover” His book and books basically tell you how to