3 Ways to Help Your Kids Get a Job This Summer
Money Misunderstandings with Your Adult Child?
Think of the summer jobs you held as a kid. I (Scott) worked at a tire store, painted houses, mowed lawns, fueled airplanes, and worked in restaurants waiting and bussing tables. Bethany was a lifeguard at the pool from sunup to sundown in Oregon. That is a long day. Kids coming home from college are […]
Your Kid’s Money Approach May Shock You!
Have you ever had a misunderstanding with your adult child? About money? We hear that a call home from an adult child is about as frequent as a solar eclipse. Texting, maybe, but still. So when our friend, Brenda, saw her daughter’s name pop up on her phone she was thrilled. It went like this: […]
1 Easy Way to Identify Your Child’s Money Personality
Sure we love them, but sometimes our spouse, our kids, and our family members can really drive us crazy – especially when it comes to money! It turns out your kid’s money approach may shock you. Our friend’s daughter inherited a pretty large chunk of change right before she was ready to leave for college.
The Lego Store!
Twin studies. Birth order books. Family reunions. These are all great ways to ponder or observe how similar or dissimilar we are to our family members and siblings. From facial expressions to viewpoints, the similarities and differences among children can be fascinating! We also think it is fascinating that you are able to see a […]
This year we took our annual family vacation to Disney World. One of our favorite things to do at night is to walk around Downtown Disney. The boys favorite stop is the Lego Store. They love it so much that when we announced our vacation they started saving their money. The Saver and the Spender Cole—our […]