What do kids really want?
Honesty vs. privacy – Fitting in – Allowance – Seeing economic injustice – Holidays & parties – More, more, more!
For today’s families, the pressures for more—more stuff, “better” schools, more experiences, and more prestige—are intense. How can we hold on to and teach our deeper values? Join the conversation with a mom and her young-adult daughter who are willing to share their (mis)adventures in living with a sense of “enough” in a culture of “never enough.” Bring your questions and tips to share as we talk about family life in a money-driven world.
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Workshop Leaders: Susan Taylor and Sara Loving
A recent graduate of Spalding University, Sara Loving is the research associate for Better Banking Options, a new enterprise dedicated to connecting people to community-building banks and credit unions. Susan Taylor, Sara’s mother, co-owns Just Money Advisors, a financial planning firm that channels our financial power toward a just and sustainable world. Taylor is vice-president of Faith and Money Network’s board of directors and writes about the intersections of money and faith.