two teens at the dining table answering questions about credit and finances

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law. As I prepared to ask my teenagers 10 questions about credit, I contemplated the worst responses I might get from them. I’m glad to say, I was pleasantly surprised. There’s a lot that doesn’t make sense to me about my teenage children. Some of the disconnect revolves around silly things like pop culture references and clothing choices, but other topics of conversation are far more important. For instance, when my children began managing the small amount of money they bring in, either from household chores or as holiday/birthday gifts, I could see how little they understood about personal finances. While some parents are fine allowing ...

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Cocktail shaker and glasses

Gift Ideas for Women Who Do it All

What do all these goodies I unboxed have in common? My thoughts are that they all make great gift ideas for women who do it all. This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com. Most women I know are busier than ever wearing multiple hats and juggling ...

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