A handsome and debonair Old Money Guy.
A friend of mine recently shared a cup of coffee–and a confession–that I think offers a way for anyone to address a problem. The woman in question had a problem with shopping. Not an uncommon one, and one that many people manage with varying degrees of success. Still, compulsive spending is a huge problem in … More Return The Master
You may be poor, but if you have hope, you’re not impoverished. You may be rich, but if you lack compassion, you’re not wealthy. – BGT
The recent viral video of Oklahoma University Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity brothers participating in a racist group sing-a-long testifies to how far we still have to go with race relations in this country. That much is obvious. Of particular concern and irritation to me is this: I’m quite sure that some of the young men … More The SAE Fraternity Fiasco
Good enough for Churchill. Good enough for you.
As you all know, this blog is about the values, priorities, and habits of Old Money. Obviously, these posts are from my perspective and based largely on my experience. That being said, I thought it might be helpful to include comments from others who grew up in an Old Money home. There are some real … More Old Money: In Their Own Words