You don’t have to wait until New Year’s to challenge yourself, change some habits, and set some resolutions. That’s really all New Year’s resolutions are: personal challenges. It’s not going to be perfect. Just challenge yourself in some way. Today.
Have you ever learned something and thought, “the rest of the world probably knew this for most of their lives, and I was today-years-old when I figured out about it?” We all have. Because there’s a lot to learn. Some big things are going to slip through the cracks.
With books transitioning to ebooks and audiobooks, there are all kinds of places to get them for free. Some are free because the books are in the public domain and people have volunteered their time to record audio versions or make digital versions. Other books are free through different tools and resources available.
Board games. What better way to connect as a family, have some fun, and learn a thing or two? Well, the games on this list may aim to teach your kids more than a thing or two.
One teacher can make an everlasting impact on a child’s life. Think back to your days in school. I’ll bet you had a good teacher—hopefully several—you still remember to this day. A child spends more time in class than at home, on a typical school day… if we don’t count sleeping (at home, not in class). The time our child spends in school—the most developmental years—is valuable.
Article headlines make life seem so black and white. You see headlines like, “You Will Die Tomorrow if You Don’t Start Practicing This One Health Tip.” That seems pretty straight forward, but in reality, the title would have been more accurate as “This Health Tip Could Make You Feel Better.” may be exaggerating on the headlines, but not by much.
There are thousands of articles telling you which finance books to read. And we only have so much time to read so many books, so it’s important to prioritize. That’s why I wanted to think deeply about which books I would include here.
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.