10 Money Lessons from the Great Depression
Do you ever wonder how our parents, grandparents and great grandparents were able to live comfortable with less than what we have today? In our world of must- have shiny new iPhones or flatscreen TVs, often we forget what's important-planning and saving for the future. Teaching kids today about money and saving gets increasingly hard with so much material merchandise around them-tv commercials, friends, malls. I remember when my grandmother used to sew clothes for my Barbie dolls. They were more chic and fashionable thant he prepacked Mattel clothing in the stores.
Here's a great reminder and teaching lesson from the Great Depression.
Here, the "F" word, FRUGALITY is not a bad word.
Incorporating these habits into your lifestyle will easen the burden of teaching your kids the value of money!