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August and everything after. If you’re old enough to know that musical reference, welcome to my 20s! But don’t get nostalgic just yet. We’re counting more than crows in this month’s T8N—we’re counting money. More specifically, we’re counting on changing the conversation around money. Starting with the financial lexicon needed to begin one.
After tackling financial literacy, we looked to our photo essay to capture and explore a different kind of economic education with a visit to Habitat for Humanity. There we met not only an amazing team and organization but also a community of volunteers putting the home back in homework.
The learning didn’t stop there. We explored the world of crowdfunding, financial apps and took a visit to the Northern Alberta Business Incubator. And if you’re heading back to post-secondary this September, you’ll want to check our tips for saving money on textbooks and how to apply for a student loan.
And what’s a conversation about money without talking breadwinners? Delicious ones! In this month’s recipes, we’re celebrating a staple that’s been stretching budgets for centuries—Bread! We’ve got blueberry focaccia with lemon and thyme, Mediterranean olive bread, panzanella salad and a bread pudding with rum sauce to knock your socks off. Ready to butter up to a good thing? Sounds like good cents, indeed.