Do not miss this wonderful installation-The personal journeys of new Canadians done through visual narratives are on display at the Aga Khan Museum-students of Greenwood and Marc Garneau schools.
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Read about money and values and take the quiz.
We all relate differently to money-how we spend it and how we feel about spending. In planning for the future after separation and divorce, reflecting on our relationship with money can be a guide to what really matters.
This aspect of diversity and cultural sensitivity came up last week at the FDRIO mediation panel at the trainer’s conference. Lots of lively discussion.
Remember- the kids are not immune from the attitudes that have hardened in this election. Talking to them about the positive things they can do gives them back some sense of power.
This article examines the psychological disconnect between retirement income and assets. According to the author, we fret the reduction in our retirement assets that are producing retirement cash flow instead of regarding these funds like a pension. Good read.
For those of us who provide financial mediation for separating clients, this NYT article offers some great questions to help focus the discussion on money and values around money.
Watch this compelling doc about kids in the projects living across the street from an exclusive Manhattan private school and how they view life and each other.