Mighty Max

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The Browns or the Bears? The Chargers or the Cowboys? College or Professional? Football is about to kick off in full swing, and that means… so is tailgating season! One of the best parts about a sporting showdown is coming together with friends and family to get pumped up for the main event. If you . . .


You don’t need a fortune to have fun! August is Family Fun Month so it’s the perfect time to make memories together before school starts. Don’t let summer slip away before you’ve soaked up all the fun these long, sunny days have to offer. Check out some inexpensive ways to spend time and have fun . . .

If you are still sticking to your New Year’s resolution of better budgeting, pat yourself on the back! It’s so easy to get sidetracked by holidays, summer vacations, parties, life in general, or any countless number of items that might throw a wrench in your penny-pinching plans. If you are a parent or student yourself, . . .

It’s summertime and the weather is fine! One of the last things you probably want to spend your time doing in the summer is cooking in the kitchen for hours around a steamy oven. While you won’t be able to skip out on being in the kitchen for the whole summer, here are some great . . .

It’s late July, and the days are really heating up. If you are daydreaming of the holidays, no need to fret! There’s no time like the present to bring some joy into your summer, sans the snow, by throwing a Christmas in July party. It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Ho Ho Hosting . . .

Ten Keys for financial Success Spend Less Than You Earn. Keep a budget or spending plan and track your spending. Have a Plan. Get organized, write down your financial goals, track your expenses. Prepare for Expected Events. e. Retirement, Holidays, etc. Prepare for Unexpected Events. e. Emergencies, Job loss, etc. Always Know Your Interest Rates. . . .

Leave the Firework Shows to the Pros The safest way to relish in Fourth of July fireworks is to go to a public fireworks show that is put on by professionals. Try to stay at least 500 feet away from where the fireworks are being set off.  Most states have restrictions on fireworks but if . . .

Everybody knows that you eat turkey at Thanksgiving, hand out candy on Halloween, and hunt for eggs on Easter, but did you know about spending February 13th with your BFF’s for “Galantine’s Day” or that you should be enjoying some delicious honey for “National Winnie-The-Pooh Day” on January 18th? The fun of the holidays should not . . .

Summer is here and I am ready to hit the beach and enjoy the great weather. While having fun and soaking in the sun, it is important to protect yourself from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. We are all susceptible to damaging UV rays and can even develop Melanoma or skin cancer if we . . .

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