Cell Phone For Kids – Why My Kids Don’t Have One (And a Tell-All Interview)

When I put out a call on Twitter and the Rockstar Finance Forums  asking what folks want to know about kids and money, I got a tremendous response. Interestingly several were around kids and cell phones - both Slow Dad  and The Lady In Black (from the site of the same name) wanted to know about … Continue reading Cell Phone For Kids – Why My Kids Don’t Have One (And a Tell-All Interview)

Wizard Chess and Hoverballs – Teaching Kids Hard Lessons About Money

Delayed gratification. The fact that you can only spend a dollar once. Preventing impulse purchases. One of the most important, but hardest, lessons we need to teach our kids about money is the intangible concepts. Note - this post was inspired by a question from my friend Revanche from A Gai Shan Life, who asked … Continue reading Wizard Chess and Hoverballs – Teaching Kids Hard Lessons About Money