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October 5, 2009

Lesson 3

Having just babysat 4 nieces and nephews all weekend who are yet to learn the cost of living, I related money to fun with the eldest first (a 14 year old beautiful girl who of course feels she needs to spend $14 on hair straightener). We worked out this was 3.5 weeks of her pocket money (which shocked her) and […]
September 27, 2009

Lesson 2

If you have others that delve into your wallet (ie you pull out money for children), work out the boundaries for your wallet and those others. For example, you may agree to pay for all school excursions while the child pays for any food bought that day. Of course they’d be able to take snacks from home if they chose. […]
September 20, 2009

Lesson 1

Welcome to a website designed to have you manage your money more effectively. Lesson 1 is look at your wallet. If you expect to have more money in it, what condition is it in? If it’s old & tattered then get a new one. Look after it, maintain it’s contents (ie no clutter) and keep a crisp note of the […]