Franklin gives financial advice

Posted by Annie on Oct 29, 2010 in Education

Benjamin Franklin’s comeback – founding father gives financial advice. Today’s recession economy has made most people pessimistic about their financial prospects.   With daily offers of get-rich-quick schemes and big pay for little work, people don’t know what to believe. Worse still, many parents today are stuggling. How can parents hope to pass along sound […]

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Reading Between the Lines

Posted by Annie on Feb 9, 2010 in Education, Parenting

A young mother of three asked Diane the following question and it brought back very fond memories of my own son’s early years.   She asks, “I have a child who has already started school. I am considering homeschooling all my children, two of which, have not yet started school. How do you suggest I […]

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How To Write Your Holiday Thank-You’s

Posted by Annie on Jan 14, 2010 in Activity, Education

With the holidays over, it’s time to start writing thank-you notes for all those wonderful gifts. As Geoffrey Parker states, “The thought behind the thank-you should be equal to or greater than the thought that went into the gift.” A thank-you note is a critical part of the gift giving season, so pick up your […]

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