The kids exiting high school today belong to Generation Z, and were primarily raised by Gen X parents. Right between them are the Millennials. Who are their children?
Meet Generation Alpha. Continue reading “Outstanding Attributes for Generation Alpha”
The bulk of this article is inspired by and based on Radical Personal Finance episode 481 – “Where Should I Keep My Emergency Fund?”
The Radical Personal Finance podcast is produced with high-income earners in mind, so some of the advice in the episode is not directly Continue reading “Introducing the Emergency Fund”
Yesterday my wife asked me if I would like her to make me a sandwich, and if so what I wanted on it. I said ‘yes’ and thought about the situation as she Continue reading “Sandwiches and War”
As a homeschooled child who knows many other former and current homeschoolers I have somewhat of an inside scoop on the experience. I can confidently say that homeschooling provides educational opportunities that Continue reading “Government School Alternatives, Part 3”
This is the second article in a multi-part series on alternatives to government schools.
I was an early era homeschooler. The materials and curricula have changed since I graduated high-school but my experiences and the things I have Continue reading “Government School Alternatives, Part 2”
This is the first article in a multi-part series focused on homeschooling & other alternatives to government schools.
The world being as it is, many parents are looking for alternatives to the standard government school system. Based on everything I have seen and experienced, I encourage it.
Perhaps some parents are not yet convinced of the problems, their magnitude, or their pervasiveness. In this article I will present reasons why all government school systems are unhealthy for children – no matter how Continue reading “Government School Alternatives, Part 1”