Experts Offer Advice for Tough Times
School Guidance Counselor Jennifer GrimaldiHer advice:
- “Encourage your kids to be money-savvy. My school is planning a ‘Real Money 101’ presentation for students to explain money management, banking services, financial investments, and identity theft. At home, the best way to teach kids to respect how money is earned and spent is by modeling good practices yourself.”
- “If you can afford to, invest in your career. My school district’s budget for professional development was cut, so I’m paying out of my own pocket to attend seminars on adolescent anger management and violence prevention.”
- “Find a new source of joy. I recently adopted a six-year-old bichon frise. Taking Lacey for walks and watching her chase after her ball has been the best stress relief yet.”
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