Monthly Archives: October 2013

Our biggest financial fear

Halloween is a fun time of year. Dressing up in costumes for trick-or-treating lets kids make light of what could otherwise be scary. For them, make believe scary is good fun. In real life, scary stuff is no fun at … Continue reading

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Kids learn financial independence

“Independence is financial” is the caption of this wealth word wall from Sparks Fly (Financial Literacy for YOU(th)). The wall is an exhibit sized tribute to the language of money. It is used to provide a print rich environment for … Continue reading

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Unlock your kids’ financial future

My team came across this carnival looking advertisement. I like that it says “unlock your future” and has the word “fortune” on it. It was an antique advert for Gypsy Dolores who would promise to tell a person’s future for … Continue reading

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Money is always in fashion

Everyone wants money to spare. Now there’s money to wear! Check out the Dolce & Gabanna money dress from the upcoming Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Lots of coins are used on buckles, earrings, accessories, and yes – even the dress! Gives … Continue reading

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