Monthly Archives: July 2013

Teach Personal Finance in K-12, as important as Sex Ed!

Personal finance is an essential life skill! Why oh why isn’t it taught in K-12 curriculum? Is it because that knowledge of personal finance could possibly lead us to independence from The Machine? *gasp* Here’s a fun fact. Sex Ed … Continue reading

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Too poor to budget.

Did you know that there are iphone budgeting apps? This strikes me as a great oxymoron, and perhaps a sign that people do not realize how absurd it is to maintain a budget on that great instrument of privilege, the … Continue reading

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Early Money Memories

I always had enough to eat. Thankfully, that was never a problem in our family. I remember my mom was able to buy groceries, and also come back with a treat like a bag of Hershey’s mini bars or Cheetos. … Continue reading

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“Freedom is …

“Freedom is what you do with what’s been done to you.” Jean-Paul Sartre

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