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

Monday, 22 October 2018

Business Books for Your Teens



Hello and good day. Wow, it has been such a while. Nonetheless, I have something very exciting to share with you.

As you know, I am all about money literacy for kids. However, money literacy doesn't start and end with learning about money alone.

It goes way beyond that. How about getting our little ones into the mindset of owning a business of theirs from a young age? It doesn't have to be anything major at such a young age - it simply needs to be an idea that can be nurtured as they go through life.

It is with great pleasure to share a very useful article that I was recently featured in as a contributor. What is even much cooler about the article is that I had not just one but the two books I recommended featured. 

Be sure to read the entire short article and comment on books #5 and #6.

I hope you thoroughly enjoy the article like I did and perhaps as adults, you will also find a book amongst the recommended collection that you can pick up.

Until next time,
Much πŸ’šπŸ’™.
Deborah

Thursday, 13 September 2018

Ways To Help Our Kids Manage Money




Hey hey, as usual, I am back with another quick piece of juicy money literacy information for you and your little ones.

I am always super humbled to be asked to be a part of discussions around money and kids.

Rubbing shoulders with other money gurus is one of the most satisfying part of what I do.

This time around, I contributed to a Tweetchat by Experian on Twitter. Feel free to click here for more details on the questions and answers that the money gurus and I provided during the hour long tweetchat.

I would love to hear what you think in the comment section below.

Thank you so very much for taking the time to read this. Oh, here is a great article I found on how to raise financially independent daughters(I say, the article should say, how to raise financially independent boys and girls)

Until next time,
MuchπŸ’™πŸ’œ
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

Friday, 5 January 2018

ABC of Growing Money for Kids

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ABC of Growing Money for Kids

Whilst our kids are still very small and eager to absorb information, this is the best time to introduce them to the art and craft of money. I hope that you will join me and other caring parents in making money literacy our future. 
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ABC of Growing Money for Kids



Oh, and for the mums, you best believe that I have forgotten about you. A programme that mirrors what you children are learning will be put together called 123 of Wealth Creation.

I appreciate you so very much for taking the time to read this post today. Feel free to join my community by clicking here.

Much love,
Deborah

Monday, 20 November 2017

Another stance on Money Literacy for Kids

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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, 14 November 2017

Tour of Ghana

The first leg of our Radical Woman Conference Tour 2018 kicks out in Accra, Ghana.

Our next stop will be in the Northern Region of Ghana. A beautiful place called Tamale.

We hope to see you there.

Much love.

Deborah.

Sunday, 24 September 2017

Enjoy and Be Inspired

Enjoy and Be Inspired is the theme of the Launch Event of Sawyerrs' House and Sawyerrs' House Foundation.

For guest and sponsorship details, please kindly email info@dendrick.com

Thanks and much love.
Deborah

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

Sunday, 2 April 2017

Moms Doing Great Jobs

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Moms Doing Great Things


Hello moms, dads and children alike. It's good to be back on here sharing some more interesting things with you.

Today, I want to call on moms and let you all know that I know how worrying it can be you not knowing what or how the financial future of kids will like.

You may even wonder how or where you will find a decent enough tutor to help boost and develop your childs educational needs.

I hope to be able to assist you with developing your childs money literacy educational needs. How would you like to win a FREE virtual money literacy session for your child?

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Never Too Young To Invest

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Sawyerrs' House Logo

Hello and welcome to another post. I really hope that things have been going well with you.

Wherever you see the above logo, then rest assured that you are in a safe place to discuss all things money. We are not conservative when it comes to talking money.

Until next time,
MuchπŸ’™
Deborah





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.