Today’s guest has a personal finance blog and podcast at MoneyPlan SOS where he teaches people to “pay attention, not interest.” Because of his efforts, he was recently named winner of the 5th Annual Plutus award for the Best Debt Blog.
My guest today has spent the past 11 years in the wireless industry. He has a wealth of knowledge and has recently turned his attention to his website and podcast called Smartphones Made Easy where he teaches and coaches those of us who struggle with some of the newest of technologies. I respect this guy so much for his courage on this journey and for his devotion to his family. My guest today is…Rey Brown.
As parents, we can sometimes be overprotective and worried about our kids, especially when we see so many negative situations that we see in the media when it comes to kids experiences. We obviously can’t live in a bubble, though, but we can learn to identify issues in our kids, or any kids for that matter, and deal with those issues appropriately by seeking help.
In the age we live in, as parents we are often overloaded with tasks and responsibilities, so much so that it can sometimes paralyze us to the point where we can’t reach our productivity goals or have the time we want to spend with our families. Because of that, it is imperative that we find ways to make our lives simpler in any way we can.
We took the kids school shopping, bought them the best pencils and three ring binders known to man, and even gave them a pep talk the night before the first day of school. That’s it, right? Well, not really, it’s just the beginning.