I belong to a Mom group and recently a mom asked the other Moms for suggestions on creative or proven ways to come up with more money. I jumped right in because through both ways, I have paid for college and for expensive summer programs for my child. I have had some really great, albeit challenging, experiences with getting things done.
For example, we were once lucky enough to get accepted to a summer program for kids with dyslexia. The caveat, it was going to cost us a minimum of $7,500. Now, good on you if you have that chunk of change lying around, but we didn't. However, I knew it was paramount to our child's success that we figure out a way to pay for it. Here is what we did:
In less than two weeks, we were over half way to our goal of reaching the $7,500 we needed
ut, we still had to come up with the extra money, which was going to take a bit more ingenuity. Here is what we did:
At this point, I would imagine you are wondering why this post is called Dream Crusher, if the story is about the exact opposite. It is because the Mom I mentioned in the opening, received a litany of other Moms offer dream crushing suggestions:
Bottom line:It isn't a parents job to be a DREAM CRUSHER, it's our job to do everything we can to make DREAMS HAPPEN
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