Posts filed under: Money

I remember when my oldest daughter, now nine, was about five years old. She enjoyed dumping all the money out of her piggy bank just so she could count it.All. The. Time.Naturally, this led to many instances of missing money that finds its way under beds and buried under toys in her room. Oh, the heartbreak.As a father, it’s my job to teach my girls how to be responsible with their money while also giving them enough freedom to make mistakes and find their way.While I know they won’t be perfect, I want to know that I’ve given them all...
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I just got back from a very restful vacation to Disney World with my family. It was great to see my wife and kids the whole day. My mom even came with us this time, which was enjoyable. But Disney World is a double-edged sword these days for me. Note: I promise there is a......
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Last week I just released a new logo for my blog, Atypical Finance. I’ve been super excited to share it with everyone and I’m glad it’s finally out in the wild. So why did I feel like it needed a facelift? In short, Atypical Finance has changed so much over the course of the past......
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Hey y’all! Since I just bought a home, I wanted to try something a little different this week. I’ve got a fun guest post on home gadgets written by Angela Pearse. Angela is a blogger for Zumper who frequently combines travel with freelance writing. She’s passionate about Art Deco hotels, historical novels, Netflix, hiking and healthy......
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