Ways to Show Your High School Student You Love Them This Valentine’s Day Your kids might be past the “teddy bear and candy hearts” phase for Valentine’s Day gifts, but there are still meaningful ways you can show you love them when they’re late teens. Since many high schoolers are focused on MONEY, try […]
Whether you have more money than you need, or are struggling each month to get by, recognizing the stress money plays in our lives is the first step to relieving some of it (and it’s normal to have some money stress!). For 2018, consider the following steps: 1.) Compartmentalize the worry When you have a […]
1. Don’t ever miss a payment The easiest way to do this is to setup automatic payments or payment reminders through your bank or credit card. 2. Pay down ‘revolving’ debt Do this first! (These are aka credit cards) This has the biggest impact on your credit score of all debt repayment. 3. Should you […]
One of the exercises I do with all my clients is to have them imagine what their lives look like five or ten years from now, and how that might be different from today. With college planning clients, especially for those with a student
My younger son is pretty active and remarkably tough. His older brother is too, but the younger is that kind of little brother who always wants to play with the big kids, and can handle his own. So, it shouldn’t have been a surprise when we got the call a recent Thursday afternoon from his daycare.