Monthly archive: October 2012

For the month of October I am participating in a 31 day event where bloggers post each day on different topics. I chose the topic of teaching kids about money and finances. Besides your long-term savings, it is also recommended to have an emergency fund of about three to six months of living expenses saved. [...]

FMCT Special

The FMCT Children’s Studio Theatre program is having the opening night of Humpty Dumpty is Missing, Wed, Oct 31 at 7:30. They are offering a special that if you order an adult ticket you will receive a free child’s ticket. The price of an adult ticket is $14.00. Since it is Halloween they are also [...]

For the month of October I am participating in a 31 day event where bloggers post each day on different topics. I chose the topic of teaching kids about money and finances. The Teen Girl’s Gotta-Have-It Guide to Money which has ideas about ways to make, save and spend money. It has ideas of ways [...]

For the month of October I am participating in a 31 day event where bloggers post each day on different topics. I chose the topic of teaching kids about money and finances. Cash Course is a free online program to help college students learn how to handle their finances. They can register online and have [...]

For the month of October I am participating in a 31 day event where bloggers post each day on different topics. I chose the topic of teaching kids about money and finances. Yesterday I wrote a post about Instant Gratification. I feel it is also important to teach kids the value of money. Some people [...]

For the month of October I am participating in a 31 day event where bloggers post each day on different topics. I chose the topic of teaching kids about money and finances. One of the reasons many people are in financial difficulties is that it is so easy to satisfy our need for instant gratification. [...]

The YWCA Emergency Shelter is seeking children’s costumes for their residents. Following is a post from their Facebook page. If you have costumes that your children have outgrown or will not use again, this is a great way to be put to good use. Also, some thrift stores have new and used costumes and some [...]

For the month of October I am participating in a 31 day event where bloggers post each day on different topics. I chose the topic of teaching kids about money and finances. Here is a blog post I saw on

RUReadyND.com is a free resource for education and career planning. It can help parents assist their children achieve their education goals. Educators can use it to help students explore options for work and education. It will show students career suggestions based on their interests. As an adult, if you are considering additional education or a [...]

The North Dakota Economic Security & Prosperity Alliance (NDESPA) has been holding townhall meetings around the state. The latest is tonight at the downtown Fargo Library from 6:30 to 8:30 in the Community Room. The purpose of the meetings is for residents to learn about the difficult challenges that individuals in the community are facing [...]