Articles on Childhood

Money Talk: What is your first money memory?

…. surprise surprise the second one had everything to do with candy.

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Ask Sherry: Would I be bothered if my son had scars?

..and what I have worn that has received the most compliments so far

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Two Short Stories I Learned About Money As a Child

Short stories…. as short as I can make it anyway. Now, it has been many moons since I’ve been a child and my memory may […]

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How I and my partner grew up with and without stuff

Emily’s post are our kids fated to live a life of excessive consumerism gave me an idea to talk about how I grew up with stuff and […]

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Growing up cheap made me more eco-friendly

It helped me save money and be environmentally friendly

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Businesses and Jobs I have had since the age of 7

I have worked ever since I was very young and this is what I’ve done.

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My mother thinks I’m going to be too hard on my children

Totally random post, but just the other day as we’re talking about Baby Bun, I voiced a few opinions about how I planned on raising […]

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What my father learned growing up about money

As requested by Jane Savers in response to my own post about what I learned growing up without ever talking about money, I’ll talk briefly […]

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What I learned from growing up without ever talking about money

There is a fantastic post from Charles, talking about growing up in government housing, which I found fascinating to read. I would also highly, HIGHLY […]

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How to tell if someone has grown up rich and wasteful

As the title says, sometimes people reveal the littlest things to show you how they were raised and whether they grew up “rich” or not, […]

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I was casually diagnosed at risk for suicide or ready to snap and kill someone

(I don’t know what made me think of writing about this today, but it popped in my head as I was reviewing my life, as […]

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