How I Plan to Save the World One Parent at a Time

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Saving the world one parent at a time is a difficult challenge, but someone has to do it. Now I don’t intend to put on tights (sorry ladies or I should say you’re welcome ladies), throw a cape around my neck, and save parents from the zombie apocalypse. Although that would be really cool, I […]

Can Parents Still Dream

Once we have children are we still allowed to dream about what we want to do with our life? Or do we always have to make the safe choice? Wow…what a great question. Unfortunately I am not qualified to handle such a topic, but I’m going to anyways! Most of us stop dreaming somewhere between […]

How To Not Be an Annoying Parent

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If you have ever had a conversation with me, then you know I have probably been an annoying parent at one time or another. Maybe I talked too much about my kids or gave TMI. Whatever it was..I realize I have been that annoying parent. What makes parents annoying? Sometimes it can be just one […]

Why a College Savings Account May Not Be the Best Solution

When I was a financial advisor, parents would always ask me what investment vehicle should they use for their child’s college education. Unfortunately this question typically came about 12-18 months before their child started college with less than $500 set aside. Maybe they mistook me miracle worker rather than a financial advisor. Anyways, I used […]

Why the Majority of Parents Suffer from OCD

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Do You Suffer from OCD? I am going to make a bold statement and estimate that approximately 70% of American parents suffer from OCD. You may be thinking that’s crazy, but I am not talking about the medically diagnosed version of OCD. I am referring to what Paul Agone (from www.allgroanup.com), calls Obsessive Comparison Disorder. […]