If you have read any finance articles or news that relates to money, you probably have come across being financially literate or “financial literacy.” These terms apply to how well you understand your finances and how educated you are in everyday financial decisions.
Unfortunately, financial education isn't something that is taught in schools and often relies on parents to teach their children the beginning of how to handle money. Financial literacy, at its core, is a lifelong journey but most don't "get it" until they've hit rock bottom.
Today I’m looking back at 27 years of memories, friends, family, and happiness. I like what I see! And while I am getting older, my inner child is ageless. Here is to leveling up to age 28... whatcha got in store for me?
Here are twenty eight of the most important lessons I have learned during my time here on this planet...
Hi! I'm Melissa, an Australian-based Latina science educator, podcaster, and freelance writer. I spend a lot more time on Instagram and Twitter, but blogging is my first love. Thanks for stopping by — I hope you stay a while.
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