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Money Savvy Newsletter - Fall 2016
Helping Kids Get Smart About Money
Washington Post Recommends Our New Money Guide for College Students
Join the Live Chat This Week (11/3/16 at Noon ET)
7 Tips to Help Put Gratitude in Your Child's Attitude
What's New? Try Our Blog and Instagram Page
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Washington Post Recommends Our New O.M.G. Official Money Guide for College Students Book

This fall we released a new book, O.M.G. Official Money Guide for College Students, just in time for students and parents to get a financial "heads-up" about what they are about to face as these young adults head off to college.  And in October,   Washington Post's nationally syndicated columnist Michelle Singletary selected it  as the October Color of Money Book Club choice!

Here's what Michelle had to say about the book:  "Millennials are being trained to consume information in the amount of time it takes to heat pizza in a microwave. "O.M.G. Official Money Guide for College Students" is an engaging way to communicate important financial information in micro-time that hopefully will lead to a lot of longer conversations." 

Here's a link to the rest of Michelle's column: "Here's help for teaching your kids about money" - The Washington Post

What makes this even more exciting is that this new book is a true "family affair" as our oldest daughter Allison, a Millennial herself, joined us to co-author this book.  Read more...    
Join the LIVE CHAT - 11/3 @ Noon (ET) Washington Post's Michelle Singletary Hosts Chat with Co-Authors of New Official Money Guide for College Students Book

Join Washington Post nationally syndicated personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary for a discussion with Susan Beacham, Money Savvy Generation CEO, and Allison Beacham --  co-authors of the October Color of Money Book Club selection, O.M.G. Official Money Guide for College Students The live chat begins  at Noon Eastern time on Nov. 3 at washingtonpost.com/discussions . We will take your questions about managing money as a college student in a Millennial world.

Parents: Send in your money questions now, before the chat, to The Washington Post.  Then text, tweet or Snapchat your kids and invite them to join you online for the chat. We'd love to see families participating together.
7 Tips to Help Put Gratitude in Your Child's Attitude

Kit Yarrow, author of Decoding the New Consumer Mind: How and Why We Shop and Buy, explains that "Kids who experience higher levels of gratitude also have: stronger immune functioning, more and better friendships, higher pay, more energy, more optimism, more happiness, sounder sleep, fewer addictions."

Higher pay? More happiness? Sounder sleep? What parent wouldn't want for their child the benefits Yarrow credits to experiencing gratitude? There are many ways to help your child experience gratitude. One great way is to teach them how to say "thank you", starting with thank-you notes.  But how do you get started to make thank-you note writing a routine and positive experience for your kids? Click Here for 7 Smart Thank You Tips to Get Started.
  
What's New?  Check Out Our Updated Blog and Follow Us on Instagram

Change is good!  So we've made some updates to our blog and would love to hear what you think about the new look ( www.susanbeacham.com). Don't forget to leave a comment or two on our latest posts, too!  Plus, Money Savvy is now on Instagram too! Check out our new Instagram page and follow us there for the latest updates.
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