How to Start Financial Literacy with Little Kids

How to Start Financial Literacy with Little Kids

With tax day this week here in the U.S., it’s a great time to think—and talk about money. If you have kids heading off to college, it’s essential that you’ve covered Financial Literacy 101 with them. If your kids are younger, even better. Like talking about sex and...
Graduation Will Be Here Before You Think

Graduation Will Be Here Before You Think

“It goes so fast.” How many times have you heard that as a parent? In the first few years when you think you may never sleep again or shower daily or have a complete thought, each day can feel endless. But collectively, they fly by. All of a sudden they are starting...
How to Give Back with Your Children

How to Give Back with Your Children

Do you practice gratitude as a family? Practicing gratitude makes us—and other people—feel good. Research shows us that gratitude has significant benefits to our physical and mental health. It can even help make kids more resilient. It’s no secret that I’m a fan of...
How to Create Meaningful Back to School Traditions

How to Create Meaningful Back to School Traditions

This fall, I’m getting my youngest settled for his first year of college, but I remember clearly his first day of kindergarten and all the first days after that. While some things changed—the Buzz Lightyear backpack swapped out for a plain grey one, funky sweaters...