Did you graduate from high school or college and wonder why you never took a class on balancing your checkbook, building a household budget or stretching your paycheck from one week to the next? I bet most of us asked ourselves that at some point soon after getting out in the real world on our own.

Well we can’t go back and ask for a do-over. But we can help our kids avoid that question. Let’s teach them now while they are still living at home and have the Mom and/or Dad safety net to catch them when they fall.

I’m a single mom spending some free time writing a book. I’m writing a guide for teaching kids to manage money wisely. If the adults learn a thing or two along the way, that’s all the better. Join me on a journey to financial freedom!


3 Responses to About

  1. vanessabright says:

    We seem to have similar interests and objectives. I am teaching a camp this summer at my son’s school about money. I am also supporting a bill in MD that requires high school students to take a personal finance class before graduation.

  2. womanswealth says:

    We’re on the same wavelength. I write mainly for a Canadian audience but the concepts are the same, it seems. I’ll look forward to future posts.

  3. Heidi says:

    What a great idea, here. I was a single mom, wrote and presented communication classes for health care workers to support myself. Thank you for commenting on my blog. Just had to check you out. I will enjoy coming back!

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