Monthly Archives November 2017

Letters to Santa can cultivate good money habits

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 crazy on the present front. How do we keep our budget under control, keep the kids happy on Christmas day and also teach them about money at this time of the year? It’s all in their letter to Santa Before
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Young entrepreneur: Grace

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 from church and the children wanted to stop by the local playground to play. Sure, why not. When we got there, the first thing I noticed was this:         On closer inspection, I saw this:    
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Minimalism: good money habits from minimalist principles (part 1)

There is no definition of what a minimalist is. There’s a growing movement inspired by living a life of abundance with less, but there is no definition for what minimalism is. Here is an interview with an inspirational minimalist, Joshua Becker: I was an accidental minimalist. In fact, I didn’t realise what I was doing actually had a term to describe it. I have never been much of a hoarder but I don’t like throwing away things, especially if they
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