As the school year wraps up, many parents worry about keeping their child on track academically (and for good reason, as research shows students can lose months of hard-earned progress during this time!). I thought you might be interested in … Continue reading Education Tips To Prevent The Kids Summer Education Brain Drain
It’s been more than seventy years, now, since a former French teacher named Aldous Huxley sat down to write a letter to a former student (Eric Blair) whom he’d taught at Eton some thirty years before. Eric had a new … Continue reading We Saw the Future Backwards
This Christmas shopping season, American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net) and Christians around the country are proclaiming that Christmas is special—not just any other winter holiday. And the gift buying that Americans do for one another is because of Christmas. With the 2019 Christmas shopping season … Continue reading AFA’s Who’s Been Naughty and Who’s Been Nice?
Each year the team at Raven’s Eye conducts a national survey in the United States, which asks two questions: For what or whom are you most thankful, and why? At this time, what or whom do you need most, and … Continue reading Being Thankful in the United States: A Nationwide Survey
Some of the largest brands in retail sent a letter to President Trump outlining their concerns about the detrimental impact broadly applied tariffs could have on American families. The Retail Industry Leaders Association, American Apparel & Footwear Association, National Retail Federation … Continue reading Retailers to White House In Open Letter: “Do Right by American Families” on Trade
Most financial advisors pride themselves on knowing what really matters to their high-net-worth investors. But do they actually know? Consider this: it is human nature to assume others want what you want. Following that out to its logical conclusion, since … Continue reading Five Things that Really Matter to High-Net-Worth Investors
One of the most emotionally complex and difficult things a person can experience is taking care of an elderly parent or sick parent. At some point we have all dealt with or will deal with this. They say that all … Continue reading Caring For Elderly Parents
Almost one-third (30%) of millennials surveyed said they had fallen victim to financial abuse or infidelity by a partner and almost two-thirds of all respondents (64%) said neither banks nor financial institutions are doing enough for victims, financial wellness community … Continue reading Stunning! Almost One-Third of Millennials Are Victims of Financial Abuse or Infidelity