Angie Elenis

Dear Readers, In 2019, one of my fifth grade students, in shock, stated, “Ms. Elenis, you’re older than my grandmother!” To which I wisely replied, “Yes, God has graciously granted me many years.” That makes me wonder, in my remaining years, What must I still learn? What do I need to pass on? What should I teach? How can I be of service? Welcome to my blog, written from the perspective of a 60-something retiree who opted to return to teaching while operating two startup businesses. I’ve been a social worker, teacher, painting contractor, mortgage broker, insurance agent, and online reseller, with more to come, since I haven’t finished growing up. The posts in this blog will center on personal finance and related topics. Some of the post will be from the perspective of “been there, done that” and the rest will be from a point of sharing what I’ve learned from the experts. My mission is to leave visitors informed and inspired to take charge of their money and improve their financial pulse. I invite you to read some posts, figure out what works for you, and comment to enlighten others. Some of your decisions about the topics presented may impact you and your loved ones for decades to come. Join me on this journey and create your multi-generational legacy.

The Gift of Years

The Gift of Years In 2019, one of my fifth grade students stated, “Ms. Elenis, you’re older than my grandmother!” My response was, “Yes, God has graciously granted me many years.”  Well, truth be told, I’ve lived many years, but haven’t finished growing up, yet. There are still so many ways to learn, grow and …

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