This is my journey for a year. I am starting it to get to know you and perhaps get to know myself better. I want Madame Deals to be a place which you come to because you know you are valued. We are here to help you make dollar$ out of change. I believe change is hard to accomplish without a team and support. We hope to be your motivational team as you strive towards the life you want. The power of one is my challenge to myself to make a difference. I truly believe every person has the power to create a positive change.
Today my son came to me and asked if I married daddy for money. I was a bit startled. I mean where did this idea come from? I know that my husband’s paycheck is bigger than mine. It has been for a long time and frankly it may always be. The reason is simple the career I choose is not one that will bring me a lot of money. I am a teacher by trade. I choose teaching for the best reasons to help children and to be available to my own children. I did not choose teaching to bring a great deal of material wealth to my family. I didn’t know how I should address this issue. “The who makes more money question.” Is it really important? Is your worth measured by the dollar amount on your paycheck? I think not! I wasn’t sure if I should go into what daddy makes is everyone money chat or the mom makes money as well discussion. Then it occurred to me I never asked why he wanted to know.
I said what makes you think that? He said “He has more money in his wallet than you do.” I thought about this and laughed I think talking about money to your children is important. I do not think is necessary to put a take home pay amount is important. The answer to the question in the title is “No”. I married my husband because I love him. I married him because of the person he is. The content of your character and who you are is invaluable and money can easily be made and taken away.
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