As we enter Women’s History month, it’s hard to believe less that 93 years ago women did not have the right to vote. Fed-up with being labeled as less than equal citizens, a group of women, a 100 years to the date on March 3, gathered in Washington D.C. for the Women’s Suffrage Parade.
That famous event, along with so many others, gave way to the freedoms enjoyed by women today. However throughout this struggle, history has not only proven that the contributions of women not only effected the same gender, but all of mankind.
If you’re part of “Generation X” — the age cohort born between the mid-1960s and the early 1980s — you’re probably in one of the busiest phases of your life, as you’re well into your working years and, at the same time, busy raising a family.
But just as you’re “multi-tasking” in your life, you’ll also need to address multiple financial goals.
Christmas has come and gone and now within the week the new year will be upon us.
Like most people I have a tendency to make those open ended New Year’s resolutions, which have ranged from simple tasks I knew I would accomplish to ones that I have yet to do.
But instead of focusing on what I need to change this year, I want to focus on all the reasons that I have to be grateful.
I don’t say enough just how thankful I am for my husband Slade — he works very hard to provide for our family. And for that I couldn’t be more grateful for a number of reasons.