Bored in school, failing classes, at odds with peers: This child might be an entrepreneur, says Cameron Herold. In his talk, he makes the case for parenting and education that helps would-be entrepreneurs flourish — as kids and as adults.
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Here’s a picture of one of Z-Man’s (my son) first skiing days. It was fun to see the little guy in action; he loves skiing and is doing great. We’ve been taking him to Solitude Ski Resort, which has a really good ski school for kids 3 years and older. I’ve found their bunny hill and activities to be the best, so if you have young children, get them on the mountain early. Solitude makes it easy and enjoyable.
My daughter Aria is really coming into her own; now that she’s up and walking she is very happy and has the cutest little smile you’ve ever seen. I’m really looking forward to spring and summer to get outside and play with these two hooligans!
Spring and summer is also buying season for real estate and can bring with it slightly higher mortgage rates. Typically the spring and summer pop is small and has to do with more demand for mortgages, which means banks can get a higher yield and as a result you as the consumer pay a slightly higher rate. We’re definitely seeing rates pop early this year, but I think we’re seeing this trend for a different reason.
Here are some great simple health tips from Daily Wealth to help you perform at your best.
By Dr. David Eifrig, editor, Retirement Millionaire
Thursday, January 24, 2013
It’s not as drastic – and it doesn’t take as much work – as you might think. I’m not suggesting you start running marathons or drinking kale smoothies. And even if you start doing just one of these things this year, I’m confident it will improve your life.
Yesterday, I shared six of my top 13 health tips. Today, we’ll cover the rest of the list…
This month the family has just returned from two awesome weeks in Huntington Beach, CA. Zander and Aria had an amazing trip and enjoyed the extra love and attention they received as well as the warm weather. With kids it seems TIME is their language of love; time and attention seem to cure all. Tough to do when you’re trying to juggle so many balls at a time, but nothing is more important and fulfilling when you can give them all the time they need.
Aria is now walking and has an incredible vocabulary of about 30 words, not bad for a girl who just celebrated her first birthday. She’s also learning sign language, which is just too cute. We frequented The Chocolate Factory while on vacation and she kept signing please, please, please to the lady helping us choose the best chocolate. It was very funny!