helicopter parents who head off to work with their adult children, even joining them on job interviews.
At the other end of the spectrum were parents who encourage independence and entrepreneurship in their children, such as Len Penzo. Len's 12 year old daughter, Nina, wrote a post this week about her latest business ventures, one of which involves duct tape! This is one talented, motivated young lady.
More interesting parenting & financial articles:
AmericaSaves.org: Decisions, Decisions, Decisions by Brian Page
ParentingFamilyMoney.com: 5 Kids Expenses to Budget For - Apart from College
ThirtySixMonths.com: Best Budget Tip I Ever Learned for Travelling with Kids
CBSnews.com: 20 Facts You Didn't Know about College Freshmen
SoOverDebt.com: 5 Things Wealthy People Never Say
PassiveIncomeToRetire.com: What Early Retirees Have in Common
Blog.FamilyMoneyValues.com: Financial Lessons from the Movies - Secretariat
DQYDJ.net: How to Define Savings
MasterTheArtofSaving.com: Another Tip for Saving on Car Insurance
FaithAndFinance.org: 16 Great Jobs for 16 Year Olds
ThadThoughts.com: Transitions - Graduating from College
MyUniversityMoney.com: What Makes a Good Teacher/Professor?
Thanks for the following folks for the mentions and inclusions this week:
Master the Art of Saving: Sublime Saturday Assemblage #20
Newlyweds on a Budget: Carnival of Financial Camaraderie #19
Steadfast Finances: Yakezie Carnival - The Superbowl Clones Game
Canadian Finance Blog: Canadian Finance Carnival #74
20's Finances: Totally Money Carnival - Superbowl Edition
The Skilled Investor: Carnival of Financial Planning #223