At-Home Learning

Entering the World of At-Home Learning

This isn’t really a blog post as I don’t have much time to write these days. Like many people, I am trying to keep my head above water.


The kids are home and  I am lucky enough to still be working. I do have reduced hours but I am trying to be indispensable so that I am not the first to go. I like to pretend that things are in my control even though, as the past month or so has taught us that nothing  is in our control. 

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Like many people around the world, I am worried about getting sick, worried about others getting sick and yes, worried about the economy and how it will affect me and those who I love (and don’t love).


Even while people are dying, we still have to live and pay the bills and buy food. I do have a renewed sense of gratefulness for everything that I have- including my health. Many relatives of mine are very sick so I am trying to spend more time calling family members especially my grandparents.
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How To Invest During A Financial Crisis

Guest Post by Marco Carreira! Marco Carreira is the founder of Carreira Finance. He is a personal finance coach who teaches people how to make better financial decisions. His goal is to help them make more out of their money.

How To Invest During A Financial Crisis

A financial crisis is devastating for our personal finance. There is no perfect way to get ready for it, and it’s inevitable. Experts tells us that each of us will go through many financial crisis in our lifetime.

Yet, there are ways to reduce their impact on our finance. This article will go over investment best practices and how to invest during a financial crisis.

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What is a financial crisis?

A sharp decline in asset values in a short period is what triggers a financial crisis. Its often driven by the fear of the unknown from investors.

But when the economy is taking a hit, it also affects customers and businesses as they start to default on their debt payments.

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How to Stay Sane At Home With Your Kids

So happy that we have Rebekah from SmartMoney microcast who homeschools to share some of her tips for….

Staying Sane with Kids at Home

Hi everyone!

 

Since all of you reading this are likely either quarantined or in some form of self-isolation, I wanted to list some frugal ideas that will hopefully keep you sane if you are also trying to work from home and/or have kids home from school.

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Just a little background – I am a stay at home mom who homeschools. And I’ve got an edge – I have two boys, 7 and 5 years old. We don’t have a TV, the kids have watched one video in their entire lives (I broke down and played I want a hippopotamus for Christmas on a cross country road trip at 10 pm), and they don’t do screen time. Trust me, I know what it’s like to have the little dears underfoot 24/7. So I wanted to list some ideas and tips for keeping everyone sane and hopefully not impact your wallet too much.

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