I believe that who we are is the result of the experiences of our lives. Our characters are shaped by our interactions with others and the challenges we face as we travel the roads of our lives.
I keep track of the books I read because I’m a nerd and because I read a lot so I don’t want to end up reading the same book by accident and not realizing until I’m a few chapters in, unless of course I want to re-read a book. I just want it to be on purpose.
Since my mother-in-law is working with DVTD: Marketplace With a Purpose, I decided to research the company and see if it’s legit. I am going to be brutality honest in my review to make sure people know everything they need to know about this company before joining. It’s actually pretty cool.
I’m ecstatic to announce my next book is coming out in December! It’s the ultimate guide to everything I’ve been teaching at Freedom Sprout over the last few years. I’ve finally compiled everything into one book: all of the concepts on teaching kids about money and instilling a healthy mindset.
“Does your spouse work or are they a stay-at-home parent?” That’s a funny question, because it eludes to the idea that stay-at-home spouses don’t work, whether that’s the questioners intention or not. My wife is a stay-at-home mom, and I can tell you right now: she works harder than I do most days and I have a “real job.”
I’ve written about how hard it is to donate our things here in Italy. We’ve been downsizing for years, but for a while, much of the clutter had turned into a pile of donations in our garage. Here’s how it started.