Archive | November, 2013

Lunch Nazi or Nurturer?

If you have not figured out by now, I am a BIG proponent of empowering moms (and dads) to make the right choices, their OWN choices, for their families. This can mean different things to different people. For some it might be homeschooling, for others it might be buying raw milk while others might need […]

Mo Money Mo Problems – Starting Allowance

Teaching children about money is a key component of raising business-minded kids. Most kids’ first introduction to saving, spending and giving comes in the form of allowance. Today Lori Sanders shares a little about how she set up allowance for her six-year old. When it comes to allowance, I have to admit, I felt pretty clueless […]

Taking Pride in the Work of Our Hands

Entrepreneurs get pride and reward out of creating. Sometimes that means bringing an idea to life or in other cases making something better. Today Laura Thomas digs into how moms can teach our children be proud of their own work and gives us a handful of simple questions to help nurture this trait in our children. […]

Growing our Budding Entrepreneurs

“I want to grow up to be a _______!” Depending on the time of day, my kids can fill that blank with: princess, builder, digger driver, doctor, dancer or farmer. Growing up I also vacillated between future occupations, starting with my early life wanting to be a nun (yup…that’s another story for a different blog) […]