You want your children to learn about money but ....

  • who should teach them?
  • where do they learn about money?
  • what should they learn?
  • how much should they be taught?
  • when should they start to learn about money?

Mistakes are painful. And when it involves our children, we feel the pain a lot more. Before you make another decision about your children's financial literacy, read the Top 5 mistakes parents make when teaching their children about money. Don't make the mistakes that you can avoid.

It's good to learn from our mistakes, but it's better to learn from other people's mistakes.

Results for 2017 Goal: being a kidpreneur

December 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

In January 2017, I decided to record my journey to being more intentional about teaching my children about money. For 2017, my plan was to focus on cultivating my children’s entrepreneur spirit. I previously wrote about one effective way to

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Parent vs child: differences in natural tendency

December 7, 2017 | 1 Comment

I have written about everyone having a natural tendency when it comes to spending or saving. For some people, saving comes naturally for them but spending doesn’t. I call them ‘natural savers’. For many people, spending comes naturally and saving

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Letters to Santa can cultivate good money habits

November 13, 2017 | 1 Comment

With Halloween over, the last big event of the year is Christmas Day. Children are starting to write their letters to Santa and asking for things that they want. In the midst of all the busyness, we tend to go

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Young entrepreneur: Grace

November 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

When I agreed to stop by the playground the other day, I didn’t expect to find a young entrepreneur there. I took my children to the playground the other day. It was a nice sunny day, we were walking home

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