Tips for keeping your fitness momentum going.
Taxes, for most of us, are our biggest expense. It seems like they are everywhere, when you buy a pack of gun, when you sell a stock, when you get your paycheck. Shoot we even have to pay taxes when we die! They are basically unavoidable (although you can work to reduce them). So… Continue reading Resources for Tax Day
I tried Snowball to send my spare change to my credit card, and here's what I experienced: transparency, amazing customer service, and some extra payments to my debt. After you download the mobile app you create a login. You can attach either a credit card or a loan in which you want your spare… Continue reading My Experience with Snowball: The Spare Change Debt App
Tired of being a people pleaser? Practice these easy tips on saying 'No'.
Tips for managing anxiety and stress.
I always go overboard for holiday shopping. My plan is to avoid that this year with these tips, and don't worry I am not going to suggest you DIY everyone's presents.
Dollar cost averaging is less about market gains and more a out building solid habits without emotional interference.
Written by: Cara George Our world is one of instant gratification. Because everything is so fast-paced, we’re used to getting everything easily and quickly. We want it, and we want it NOW! Patience is becoming a quality that most of us don’t have time for! When you decide to lose some weight, it’s natural to… Continue reading The Dangers of Starvation
When is the right time to work with a financial advisor and what should you consider when choosing the right one?
In light of current news, the hashtag MeToo has taken our social media feeds by storm. It takes only a couple of seconds to realize that #Metoo is an echo chamber of solidarity for those who have been sexually harassed. Unfortunately, the overwhelming majority of these voices are women, and even worse, I can't imagine anyone is… Continue reading Sexual Harassment at Work