I'm going to branch out of ADHD and SPD and talk about something nobody likes to talk about unless they're in crisis mode. Let's talk about money! I’m not a financial advisor and I don’t pretend to be one on TV, but I've learned that financial fitness comes from practicing educated choices consistently (in accordance to your own priorities and values) and staying informed about money matters. Last year I challenged myself to try new money moves past my comfort zone and they weren't as scary as I thought they would be. Maybe you're already doing some of the things below, but maybe you'd like to try a couple new. Let's get to it: on with the tips!
My kid graduated last December from Occupational Therapy after a year and a half—from age 7 to (almost) age 9. It was a bittersweet and emotional ordeal. On one hand, it was delightful to achieve that final milestone after so many months of hard work, yet it was sad to say goodbye to our amazing therapist and the weekly routine that had become part of our lives. My son was bawling and I held back my tears.
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I'm a single mom, graphic designer, crunchy mama, trekkie geek, life warrior. It's embarrassing how excited I get about food. I'm an expert in barefoot Lego fire walk.
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