Already when my daughter was three, I had to answer questions such as ‘Why don’t we have a slide in our house, mummy?’ (Considering she had three friends with indoor slides in their homes and we are a rather antisocial family, that seemed like a ridiculously high proportion of people with indoor slides, so it is unsurprising she asked that question. 1,053 more words
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Ron Lieber’s The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money
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Overview: Mr. Lieber has spent some time researching how to talk to children about money. 544 more words
Lieber is an award-winning NYT financial writer. In this parenting book he moves beyond mere financial literacy to argue that parents can also use financial training to give their children a broader values-based understanding of the role of money in becoming a well-rounded person and useful contributor to society. 192 more words