Today folks, is a day of celebration. On January 24th, 1935, the 1st canned beer, “Krueger’s Cream Ale,” is sold by American company Krueger Brewing Co in Richmond, VA. By the end of the year, over 200 million cans were produced and sold across the U.S.
Wow – and they didn’t even need Pinterest to market it! Now that’s a successful business story.
Who else can we celebrate today? These fine bloggers!
Mr. DS Raises His Glass To:
Sean aka Frugal Money Man explains his Financial Why’s and also why people call him Grandpa even though he is 25. This young man is going places!
Defense wins championships. Unless you are playing the Patriots, then it really doesn’t seem to matter. Brandon from 30 And 0 writes about the importance of playing good financial defense when starting out. I totally agree. Get those emergency funds built up first before going on offense. You will sleep better at night. Also, he had me with the boxing theme of his blog!
Mrs. DS Gives a Toast To:
Balance is Boring reminds us Why The Most Important Person For You To Lead Is You. I would encourage every millennial making the transition from newbie to team leader or supervisor, should take a cue on the self-leadership. “Other people (no matter how significant their influence is) can never replace your own self-leadership. ”
One of the hardest things I’ve had to face was going back to my full-time job after having a kid. The mom guilt of “someone else is raising my son!” was real. However, Present Value Finance clearly explains “Childcare is an Investment, Not an Expense.” I need to remind myself of this daily! #articlebookmarked. Thank you for calculating out the return on investment of childcare.
Many of you may have kids and their busy schedules to deal with, work full-time, have side hustles and are trying to be the chief mom officer. Well, you need to take a cue from the real Chief Mom Officer and her “Splitting Home Responsibilities – Perspective From A Breadwinning Mom.” This article didn’t just talk about splitting up your basic chores around the house…it’s about being malleable, bending without breaking and adapting to change. <– That’s a part of our mission statement here! I’ll take back most from this post, “don’t do it all by yourself…and learn to do it all.”
What other successes are you celebrating today?
Miss last week’s? Check it out here!