Forget retirement. Are you saving for parenthood?
Tampa Bay Times reporter Lisa Gardner dropped by the Country Day School in Largo, Fla. which was in the midst of a Hunger Games-theme week. The kids wore flags around their waists, which could be ripped away flag football-style to simulate the taking of another child’s life (“to simulate the taking of another child’s life”—yowza). Such is The Way We Live Now.
At our family reunion last week, I asked my (many) cousins how they would spend $50.
My Last Hundred Bucks: Someone to Watch My Kid So I Can Earn Money So I Can Pay Someone to Watch My Kid
$100! It is a lot of money, and yet, it is also not a lot of money at all. Where did your last hundred bucks go, Alex Sachon?