Now I’m really getting back into a groove. I haven’t posted a roundup since uuuh…ummm…say, uh…a long time ago.
Well I’m back now. Let’s get started, shall we?
With that title, you know I had to check it out. This post introduces the game, Play Spent, from the Urban Ministries of Durham. The goal of the game is to teach you the tough choices many have to make after struggling with joblessness and how many people end up homeless. I played the game. And all I can say is, it’s a hard world out there.
After housing, child care is the largest expense in many a households or so I’ve heard. Whenever I have myself some babies, I’ll keep these strategies in mind.
There are very few reasons someone should purchase a whole life insurance policy. So, I didn’t want to pass up the opportunity to add another nugget of information to my tool chest regarding this financial product. I’m glad I read this post, but I remain unconvinced that whole life insurance makes sense for anyone – especially children. Howevah, I’m a sucker for blog posts that break from conventional wisdom. I encourage you to learn as much as you can. You decide what’s financially best for you and yours.
I love little tricks that entice us to be more mindful of what we spend our money on and why we spend it. If you’re having difficulty sticking to a budget, give the one dollar rule a try.
That’s all folks. I’m spending the weekend in New York. I gotta get out of here, before I prove myself old.