In the last two years I quit my corporate job, became a full-time mom, and immersed myself in a start-up — and it has not been financially easy on the family. While we have embraced a frugal life, my kids seem to notice nothing. Occasionally, they complain about being bored. My kids act up when they have nothing to do. But as long as they are sufficiently stimulated, they are happy little humans.
Over the past year, I have learned that money is completely a non-issue when it comes to rich experiences for our children. There are a few other things that seem to matter.
What is a RICH Experience?
A rich experience for a child involves some basic characteristics: