Providing for your children's education is an important part of your financial plan. But, for the most part, that education won't teach your children very much about basic financial literacy. The money lessons that kids learn from their parents can help to fill that gap and instill habits that will improve their Return on Life. You can teach these three simple financial lessons to your kids with activities that illustrate the basics of financial planning.
According to Forbes, improving fitness, finances, and mental health are the top New Year's resolutions for 2024. The average New Year's Resolution only lasts 4 months. Approximately 1% of all resolutions make it through an entire year, and of that 1%, only 6% manage to stick by their resolutions going forward. So instead of making resolutions, try this three-step process.
Next Christmas season, instead of gathering outdated items for a garage sale and tossing trinkets that already broke, you could be reminiscing about giving your family something far more memorable: a dream vacation. Here are two reasons why gifting a trip could improve your family's Return on Life this year and for many more years to come.
Not feeling very thankful this Thanksgiving season? You probably have more to be grateful for than you realize. But the stress of the holidays and the seemingly non-stop run of bad news in the world can make gratitude hard to come by, harming your spirit, your health, and your Return on Life in the process. Reflection can give you a new perspective on life and improve your outlook as you prepare for a new year. Follow this three-step process to cultivate a gratitude mindset and find a gratitude routine that works for you.