Tag Archives: values

Economics of Integrity

Six timeless teachings to build strong character in kids Stumbled upon this gem of an essay from the 1960’s by Leonard Read entitled “Economics for Boys and Girls; Methods for getting young people on the track of sound thinking.” Being a home-educating momma who works around economists I had to take a look. Although some […]

When Character Happens

The definition of intentional is “done on purpose; deliberate.” Our intentional acts set the tone not only for our daily lives but also for our future. Perhaps you already think of yourself as a very intentional and purposeful person. You take out the trash every day, pack lunches for school, make sure bills are paid […]

Passing it On

We all remember it well – the moment that a child was born and entered into our lives – crying, hungry, and totally dependent on mom and dad for survival. The moment when you became a parent. Only minutes into the journey of parenting, we are offered a new perspective of what our own parents […]