Every parent deals with worry and stress on some level. These are 6 powerful techniques that actually work to reduce both. I found these ideas during the most stressful year of my life (and no, it wasn’t 2020).
These goals could collectively create a blueprint for your financial future. Many of these things aren’t even about the money. It’s more about what you become by accomplishing the goal than pure mathematical success.
Money is a leading cause for divorce. In fact, communication issues involving money is often the primary cause. It’s not going to happen to you, because you’re better than that.
I’ve sat down with many married couples to discuss their finances. When finances are combined, it’s a simple process. We can figure out the best way forward, according to their financial goals within the realm of their marriage. When the finances are separate, it complicates the process. I’m not saying it’s wrong, but it’s more difficult.
Do you plan to leave a legacy? What’s that mean to you? You may be considering your legacy, or you may be in a spot where you’re wondering if you’ll even have all your debt paid off in this lifetime. Let’s look at both scenarios, and see what the future holds.
I’ve had a lot of people ask me to talk to their kids about joining the military. I love giving my input and answering any questions they may have, which is why I decided to write a letter to any kid (or anyone) who is planning to join the military.