As we grow up, our parents have a lot of influence on the people we eventually become. But outside of parenting, sometimes we are who we are and there's not much they can do to change it.
Nicole and I discuss how we were raised by our parents and if our money beliefs were crafted by that upbringing. Or was it something completely different? Are we just born how we are?
We explore the topic and enjoy a glass of wine together as usual.
Nicole and Andy chat about buying presents for the kids for Christmas.
How many are too many?
How little is too little?
We're not sure we have the answers, but we sure enjoyed our drinks while we're discovering it.
Thanks for joining us for another Bread & Wine episode!
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