Showing posts with label money education. Show all posts
Showing posts with label money education. Show all posts

Thursday, 10 May 2018

Scholarships NOT Student Loans

When Myles, the Founder of this cool app contacted me about another matter and told me about the app, I couldn't help but embrace the usefulness of it.

As a Money Literacy Educator for kids, this is an app that I highly recommend for parents who have university age students.

Why not start looking into the scholarships available out there way before your child is due to start uni. If you can avoid the student loan situation, I'd say jump on this.

If you didn't know, I've been an advocate against the lack of financial knowledge available to uni students when it comes to managing money.

How can we expect our students to know what to do with such huge amounts of loan when they haven't even been taught how manage money in the first instance?

Check out the app here

Unti next time,
Much❤
Deborah

Monday, 23 April 2018

Hawaiian Kids Learn Money

Hawaiian Kids Learning About Money
Hey hey. Just because you hear that a child leaves in the western world doesn't make them immune from financial illiteracy. Read more here on what's going on in Hawaii.


Until next time,
Much love,
Deborah

Monday, 20 November 2017

Another stance on Money Literacy for Kids

Play Your Cards Right
Another stance on Money Literacy for Kids

Hello and good day. How have you been? As you know, I've never been keen on writing very long post, and today is no exception.

I came across this wonderful cover story video on the CNBC show called On The Money.

Sharon Epperson, a CBNC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent has this to say.

At this point, I must say that although I agree with most of what Sharon has to say, I disagree with her stance on paying kids for doing household chores.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Money Literacy Educator for Kids





Hello and welcome back to another blog post. How have you been doing? In this video, I share with you how and why I am your expert Money Literacy Educator for kids.

I share 5 key areas which are as follows:
  1. Upbringing
  2. Marriage
  3. Society

Friday, 21 April 2017

Money Literacy But No Money



Money literacy but no Money!



Thursday, 23 February 2017

Kids Money Literacy FLASH Cards



Hello young ladies and gentlemen, parents, guardian and my savvy readers.

Welcome to another short video and post. Today, I am giving you more than just a sneak peak of the money literacy flash cards.

I have no doubt that you will find the video useful. Do you know that when I think about these 6 flash cards, the content isn't just useful to children? The reality of it is that it can be used by any age really.

Thursday, 16 February 2017

What's Cooking Kiddies?

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Parents and kids welcome to another post.

I promise you are all going to love what I have in the pipeline for you. I have been busy cooking something super tasty and savvy.

Flash cards are in the house. Yay. Drum roll. Fun and attractive flash cards specially design for kids with literacy in mind.

Want a sneak peak? 





It'll all make more sense once it is ready to go.

There will be 6 cards in total - how good is that? Did I ever tell you that I keep money literacy very simple? I just don't do complicated stuff.

With that being said, I invite you at this early stage to comment below if you will like to get your hands on a set, or two or three of the flash cards.

Kids and parents will be able to carry around the cards around as a constant reminder of the do's and don'ts of money literacy.

I want to sincerely thank you for your support in getting this signature product off the ground.





Wednesday, 8 February 2017

A Savvy 12 Year Old

Hello, hello, hello my savvy community. I'm so glad to be back on here again. I hope that you have all been keeping well. The weather has taken a turn for the grey here in the UK.
I have been educating my daughters about being savvy with their income - yes, they get paid a salary on a regular basis( and if you want to know why I do so, visit my Facebook business page for a live video replay called DumbKids #TeachThem).
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Anyway, it's so funny when my 12 year old daughter asked me to purchase some bits that she 'wanted' rather than something that she 'needed' - there's a difference

Monday, 23 January 2017

13 Money Literacy Questions For A 13 Year Old


Hello again and welcome back to another fun and interesting post this week.

I would like to say very little in this post and allow the video to do all the talking.

I hope you all really enjoy it as much as we both did.

I would love to hear your thoughts and comments on the questions and answers.




Be good and keep smiling and see you in the next post.