December 10, 2011

What Dr. Seuss Can Teach Us About Money, Finance & Business

Besides my secret life as a rhyming poet, Dr. Seuss has taught me a few things about personal finance and business. These friendly books appeal to children of all ages and most have an important message behind the humorous rhymes. They can be a great way to learn about counting, finance and achieving success in [...]What Dr. […]

Wrapping Paper Alternatives

One common theme in the emails I get this time of year is the cost of wrapping paper. Many people find it difficult to swallow that they’re investing $15 to $20 into paper that’s simply there to cover a box and will be torn to shreds on Christmas morning – and, frankly, I don’t blame them. […]

Ten Pieces of Inspiration #50

Each week, I highlight ten things each week that inspired me to greater financial, personal, and professional success. Hopefully, they will inspire you as well. Sarah and I spent a lot of time assembling Christmas gifts this week, so our mind was on the spirit of the season. 1. ifttt Have you ever taken pictures with your camera and wished they would automatically show up on Flickr and Facebook? […]

Best Finance Stuff in 2011

Kiplinger lists their "best of everything" in personal finance for 2011. I went through all their slides (so you wouldn't have to) and found the following that I wanted to comment on: Best Value College-Savings Plan: State Plans. Specifically your state's 529 is your best option if you get a tax break. […]