Budget with a why
As a parent, I’ve gotten excited about my kids’ developmental milestones, like their first steps and first day of kindergarten. And like most parents, I try to support my kids’ growth when it comes to my children’s physical, intellectual, and
I’m always on the lookout for good ideas about how to support my kids in learning about money in ways that are both practical and meaningful. When I read Ron Lieber’s Opposite of Spoiled, I was struck by the stories
Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash Budgeting as a Student We all have different stories when it comes to budgeting, and this week, we wanted to share just one. Meet Arianna. She’s a 30-something, second-year grad student. She sat down
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