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Kid’s Ledger – Developing Financial Intelligence (and basic competence, dammit!)

This past year in school, Little Miss learned about commerce. She became particularly interested in marketplaces and started making all sorts of crap to sell. She tried to sell us, her customer base, scraps of paper and weird little creatures … Continue reading

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Observations on International Women’s Day

I noticed many different reactions to the global strike that took place on International Women’s day. Some lauded the day as women coming together and promoting awareness of the plight of women worldwide and a reflection of how far we … Continue reading

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Ode to a Tree

This is our tree. It is big. Notice the two-story homes around it? It seriously dwarfs the neighborhood. I love this tree. I believe it is some sort of spruce. It has adorably droopy needles and makes a great alcove for … Continue reading

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The Kid’s Ledger – The Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead is a holiday primarily celebrated in the central and southern regions of Mexico. Family and friends gather to remember loved ones who have died. The tradition is steeped in ritual and is designed to help … Continue reading

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New Woman’s Guide to Success through Financial Independence (or Fuck your Career!)

Photo credit: Facebook Miss Revolutionaries   Arbitrary barriers, unconscious gender bias, limited opportunity. If you are a woman whom has spent years working in a professional job, after spending years getting an education, you understand in a deep and personal … Continue reading

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The Importance of Values in Financial Planning

For the last couple of weeks, I have been reading David Bach’s Smart Women Finish Rich. He updated this version in 2002, but seeing how it is now 2016, it has parts that are outdated again. While I got a … Continue reading

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