Probably, your above-average kid knows how to plunk out a Mozart concerto and ace his Mathematics test, but does he know how to craft a frugal budget and stick to it? Does he know the exact way to manage his multiple credit cards and pay an electricity bill?
“Ever notice how 'What the hell' is always the right answer?” - Marilyn Monroe
I’ve been watching Mad Men lately, and the more I watch it, the madder I get. It’s hard for me to believe how women were treated. Viewed as inferior, helpless, sex kittens.
A few nights ago, I had an OMG moment with my daughter. Not OMG like, OMG, she did something horrible. This was more of an "OMG, is that what she really thinks?" kind of a thing.
Thanks to Court TV, most of use can define the term “Deadbeat Dad.” We know the dismal reality that over 50% of single moms do not receive the financial support they are owed by their children’s fathers. Our country is united in the belief that fathers must support their children, financially at least.
Is money a hot topic in your house? Does thinking about it stress you out? Do you frequently feel if only your salary was a little bit higher you would be able to meet your family’s needs better?
Meet Mary Krell-Oishi. She is an ambitious mom who recently wrote her first screenplay for a project in a screenwriting class at the local college and, on a whim, submitted it to a writing contest.
When London School of Economics research fellow Catherine Hakim published Erotic Capital: The Power of Attraction in the Boardroom and the Bedroom in September, the mix of sex, candor, and salary stats c
One thing that holds so many people back from starting their business is the lack of capital. The truth is that we can make up for that in spades with passion. When you truly have passion for your idea it quickly turns into momentum and real progress is made regardless of the size of your bank account.
When I was a teacher, this time of year meant returning to work after having my summer off with the kids. Though it was never as hard as the first time, each fall was a difficult transition for the whole family: Suddenly I was not there full-time to clean the house, prepare meals, do laundry, buy groceries, etc.
Saving money can be good for your health!?
Four weeks ago my husband and I decided that we would go cold turkey, no credit cards!! while this may seem crazy to some it was an intervention that we needed ;) So, what this meant was only spending on what we really needed, gas, food, house etc. Therefore my love for Starbucks grande double pump skinny vanilla latte would have to RIP!!