Monthly Archives: January 2014

Teach Kids the Importance of Saving

One of the misconceptions of people is that they feel that kids are too young to appreciate money. At an early age, parents can already teach their children the value of saving and in case you are not too sure how, read on:

piggy bank

  • Let your children earn money – You can do this by giving them a small amount when they do household chores or when they do their home work before playing. Every little bit helps.
  • Help them make up their very own budget plan with the money that they have – Explain to them patiently that they would have to save a certain percentage of their money each time they would like to purchase something.
  • Let them realize that they need goals – If your child would like to purchase something, let them know that they would have to work hard for it so that they will the fruit of the labor that they have done.

With these tips, it will be easier for kids to understand the value of money so that they will understand that money does not truly grow on trees.

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Music accessories

Are you looking for the latest accessories for your musical instruments? There is this website that sells various accessories, including ortofon cartridges at Guitar Center. If you own a phonograph, you’re familiar with this type of music accessory. A more knowledgeable person from the website (link provided) can assist you if you are interested to find out more about music gadgets and accessories.

Practical Valentine’s Day celebration tip

You don’t need to spend a lot to make your loved one feel special. You can cook his favorite dish and set up a romantic dinner table for two. Make the air more romantic by playing an acoustic music (I personally love the sound of fender t bucket 300ce) or his favorite songs. He would surely appreciate your effort for making Valentine’s Day a meaningful day for the two of you.