If your children ask you to give them money to buy one or the other, it might be helpful to try to teach them the value of the money. One mother finally came up with a great idea to do so, after her children asked her for new phones and some support to spend beautiful times abroad. American Shakita McGregor is fed up with their repeated and cumbersome demands and has decided to teach her youngsters a lesson.
In a Facebook post, I outlined the idea and has since garnered more than 200,000 likes and 123,000 posts. "My children are still asking for a new cell phone, and pocket money to go to different places," she wrote. It's so unnatural! If you want to get money, work for it, earn it! Yes, I also have a home credit service. ”
The American mother announced three different “positions” during the Home Employment Day: a kitchen manager, a housekeeper and a laundry supervisor. She revealed where and when she would hold job interviews and provided forms for her children to fill. I asked them to list their experiences, whether they wanted to work in the evenings or weekends, their expectations for salaries and when they could start, and the children could sign up for the credit service. The mother invited her children to avail the service to help build a good personal balance.
The idea got more than 200,000 likes on Facebook and 123,000 posts.