Budget is a filthy word. That’s the way it seems. As a teen, budgeting was not taught in school. I can remember taking a class called “Survival After High School”. Now that I think back on that class, it taught us how to balance a checkbook. It taught us to try to figure out what […]
I awoke on Sunday morning to the news that there was a bombing in New York, specifically in Chelsea. My first thought was here we go again. I was supposed to be in New York City this weekend for the Social Good Summit. Reading the headline caused me a pause. I instantly felt a knot […]
Finding balance is hard when you are a single parent. You have to figure out when to let some things go.
The past several weeks, I have been searching for a blogger or a writer that can talk to me about finances on the level that I’m on. It is different when you are trying to balance children and work and everything else and then you add on top of that, finances. In 2008, when the […]
Yesterday was my son’s birthday. September 11th is his birthday day. For years, this little guy thought that people put out flags to celebrate his birthday. It was the third grade when he learned the reason. That on 9/11/2001, two years before he was born, some bad people did something bad. They hijacked planes and […]