In this video, I talk about how to craft a productive and peaceful morning ritual for your entire family. “Routine” is a boring word. Let’s create a productive morning “ritual” with our kids included.
Oxford’s Dictionary of Finance and Banking isn’t the best birthday present for a toddler, but you can incorporate a few important finance terms at a young age. Let’s look at some of the most important terms.
In this video, I talk about our chaotic time spending $1,000 on COVID tests to fly back to the States for 45 days of leave. We were on a sheep farm, we went sledding, we took the kids to wrestling, we had daddy and mommy dates and ate some great food.
This is the most intentional way to spend money. I know I use the word “intentional” a lot… including in the title of my new book, Intentional Children. That’s because intentionality means mindfulness. When you’re being intentional about the things you bring into your home, put into your body, and spend your money on, you’re going to see a change in your finances overall.
2020 was a year of breaking records and not a lot of good ones. Student loan debt barreled over $1.5 trillion. College doesn’t have to equal debt. Not for you or your kids.
We don’t always mean it when we apologize. Sometimes it’s just cultural and natural. My goal here is to release you from unnecessary guilt in your life. I’m guilty of this guilt as well.