Tag Archives : kids

Five Books to Help Teach Your Kids About Money


There are few things in the world that I like more than recommending books. I have, in fact, built up quite a reputation for this–some of my friends frequently text me “help, please!” from bookstores and libraries–so when JT asked if I’d be up for writing about some books that might help your kids understand money, I naturally agreed. These…

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Resilience and Resourcefulness: Two Things We Must Teach Our Children


It seems that the list of things we want for our children is bottomless.  Wit, charisma, and gumption. Charm, alertness, and graceful athleticism.  Those are all “nice-to-haves.”  But when I think of what I truly want for my children, resilience and resourcefulness are near the top of the list.  I write about why it’s so important and offer insight on how…

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4 Tips for Raising Curious Kids


Curiosity is like fresh morning breath. Everyone likes to think they have it, but few actually do.  And why is it raising curious kids important? Have your heard about the question Google founder Sergey Brin used to ask during interviews? He would ask these nervous, would-be googlers just this: Could you teach me something complicated I don’t know? Basically, Sergey is saying,…

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