My children even track how much more that one has to do than the other, so when we have company and there are extra dishes the one assigned to the dishes gets a "day off" for overtime like at work they can take the extra services in comp time.
Kids & Money
I am a definite advocate of teens working, however you need to help your children balance work, school, and some time off. Be involved with your teen in choosing a job but take care not to take on responsibility that should be theirs.
Being a single mom doesn’t mean you can’t have an full life — including a meaningful career and abundant money — no matter your family status. But single moms have a bad habit of doing dumb stuff with their money. I get it, and have made plenty of single-mom money mistakes myself...
You are the most important guide in your child’s or grandchild’s life. When it comes to making money matter, your role is even more critical because many of our children are unprepared for life’s financial realities. Here is a fun brain-teaser and quiz that can open up a lifetime of conversations.