Tagged with Finance

Quote: Sen. Daniel Akaka on Female Fiscal Failures

“It is imperative that we make consumers (women) more aware of the long-term effects of their financial decisions, particularly in managing their credit card debt, so that they can avoid the pitfalls that may lead to bankruptcy.” Italics are mine. kqd Click on my link for my related post – Female Fiscal Failures

Admirable Women – Danielle Wagasky Saves Money

Danielle Wagasky will always be the Positive poster child for this blog. Here is a women who has her priorities straight. Rather than waste her talents on a “career”, she devotes and dedicates them towards her husband and children, with wonderful results. Ladies, abandon radical, second-wave feminist “career-oriented” priorities, which only bring disappointment and stress, and prioritize your … Continue reading

Quote: Frank Lloyd Wright on Beauty

“If you foolishly ignore beauty, you’ll soon find yourself without it. Your life will be impoverished. But if you wisely invest in beauty, it will remain with you all the days of your life.” Check out my link to my related post – Lost Ladies

Female Fiscal Failures Vol. #1 Essay 19

There was a time, in the not so distant past, when finances and females were what oil was to water. They just did not mix and anyone who thought otherwise was rebuked. Men traditionally made the money for the family and therefore they were responsible for the savings and expenditures of the family. When World War II began, … Continue reading

Endless, Erroneous “Education” Vol. #1 Essay 14

Endless, Erroneous “Education” Vol. #1 Essay 14

Harvard University – Massachusetts There was a time when a college education was held in high regard. It was considered a privilege that only the truly deserving were permitted to experience.  And, unlike today, America’s first colleges were educational institutions whose sole purpose was the training of young men for the ministry. America began its path to higher education … Continue reading

Giving Away the Store Vol. #2 Essay 1

Giving Away the Store Vol. #2 Essay 1

Women do not associate money primarily with security. Men do. For women, having a continuous supply line of cash is a means to an end, rather than an end, in and of itself. For women, cash is something to spend. Something to acquire things with. Something to trade for something else. It is something to be … Continue reading