How Do We Address Unpaid Care Work?

How Do We Address Unpaid Care Work? May 9, 2022 Most of us know someone who grew up with either a stay-at-home mom or a single mom who worked while also managing the household mostly by themselves. It has been a product of our culture that emphasizes that women should work like they don’t have […]

Ally Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

Ally mistakes you don’t know you’re making February 28, 2022 Over the last several years, we have seen an increase in white Americans pledging to become better allies to people of color in their social and professional spheres. Often, we will ask “what can we do?” to improve ourselves, but as author Latasha Morrison puts […]

Should I Freeze My Eggs?

Should I Freeze My Eggs? February 24, 2022 Freezing your eggs is an extremely practical approach for a lot of individuals who want to have kids later in life. It has grown increasingly popular in the last few years. However, the process can be intensive and quite expensive. You should be keeping some of the […]

How to have “the talk” with your partner

How to have “the talk” with your partner February 9, 2022 Conversations around money can make us feel vulnerable or uncomfortable. And it can be even harder to broach the subject with your closest confidant. But even though money conversations can be hard to bring up, they are instrumental in any relationship that goes the […]

Managing Baby Product Expenses

Managing Baby Product Expenses February 7, 2022 Preparing for the arrival of a newborn is an exciting time as you “nest” in your home and envision your life with a new little one. With all of the adorable and imaginative baby products available, it’s tempting to indulge yourself by buying everything and writing it off […]

Choose the Right Currency to Teach Kids Financial Responsibility

Choose the Right Currency to Teach Kids Financial Responsibility December 21, 2021 Parenting has compelled me to do and say things I never imagined would be necessary. There was the “We don’t feed our sister dirt,” lesson, and then the “How well can you think on your feet?” challenge when my son got the mail […]

Budgeting for Fertility

Budgeting For Fertility November 11, 2021 Now that you’ve decided which fertility treatment is the most suitable for you it’s time to understand your upcoming financial obligations. Furthermore, in the US often are not covered by insurance. While some private insurance plans cover diagnostic services, there is very little coverage for treatment services such as […]

How do I talk to my kids about money?

How do I talk to my kids about money? by Willow Editorial Team June 15, 2020 CONVERSATIONS WITH YOUR KIDS ABOUT MONEY SHOULD START EARLY AND BE A NORMAL PART OF DAY-TO-DAY LIFE. Here are four simple guidelines to get you started: 1. Start early. It’s never too early to start talking to your children […]