Hiatus

Looks like I’ve got one more day in Virginia. Our plan was to stay here until July 2. However, a company contacted me last week about work. I had two interviews with them last week and they have asked me to come for a third interview at their St. Louis location this week. My timeline has been moved up a little bit but it is definitely for the best. Continue reading “Hiatus”

Protect Your Future

Saving money seems like such an easy thing. Every child has a piggy bank. Parents have savings accounts for the children. Many people begin teaching their kids to save money at an early age as a way to prepare them for adulthood. Though studies have shown that traditional savings accounts are not always the best way to go when building towards the future, it still is a good way to teach children about the benefits of compound interest and not spending more than you make. Continue reading “Protect Your Future”

Getting To Know LinkedIn

It seems like everyone is on social media these days. I remember when I first signed up for my Facebook account. At that point Facebook was still just for college students. It was rare to see anyone networking through Facebook that was not enrolled in some university or college somewhere. For that matter, if my memory serves me correctly, there was a point where you needed enrollment credentials in order to register for Facebook.  Continue reading “Getting To Know LinkedIn”

Everyone Learns Differently

This post is not anti-school system. I want to throw that out there first thing. Yes, my wife and I home school our children. However, we are not fundamentally against the public school system. We just do not use it. We have always been in an excellent position to educate them at home and chose to do so. Anyways, with that out of the way, we can move on to the purpose of the post.  Continue reading “Everyone Learns Differently”

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