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POSTNov 13, 2019
Random acts of kindness bring a moment of joy to a person’s day, but instead of just a moment of joy, what if the whole day is full of joy? What if the term changed from “random acts of kindness” to “regular acts of kindness”? Today, on World Kindness Day, try to make the world . . .
POSTNov 11, 2019
Veterans Day honors the brave men and women who have protected our independence so we can enjoy life and liberty today. Remember to take some time to say thank you for the sacrifices they and their families have made and possibly still make today. Being patriotic doesn’t have to be reserved for July 4th, Memorial . . .
POSTNov 04, 2019
If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by missed loan payments or overdue credit card bills, you’re far from the only one. Many people find themselves in the red in their monthly budget as a result of overspending. People have many different reasons for overspending, so the first step toward a solution is to know yourself. Find . . .
POSTOct 16, 2019
What makes a good boss? There is no correct answer or exact formula, but being a good boss starts with being a good leader. To be a good leader, and in turn, a good boss: 1. Set clear expectations and communicate how you define success. Tell your vision to your employees in a way that . . .
POSTSep 26, 2019
Move over boring sandwiches! Here are some affordable lunch ideas parents and kids will love. These lunches are not only easy to make but are also easy on your wallet. Set aside time to make lunch each night or on Sundays so you won’t be scrambling to get everything together while also running out the . . .
POSTSep 25, 2019
Everyone has to eat, and buying groceries is a fact of life. Although stocking a kitchen with food for meals and snacks is a part of most monthly budgets, these expenditures don’t have to break the bank. Instead of spending a sizable chunk of your take-home pay at the grocery store or spending hours couponing, . . .
POSTMay 04, 2019
It’s wedding season! If you’re getting married soon, you don’t need to spend a ton of money to have a beautiful and fun wedding. Here are 10 tips to help you save money and still have the wedding of your dreams. 1.Keep the guest list to a minimum More people means spending more on food . . .
POSTNov 30, 2018
Colder weather calls for a few things – mittens, a cozy fireplace, a warm jacket, and a movie marathon list to binge watch over the winter season. Compiled below are a list of some old and new favorites to get you through the cold weather days. Make a cup of cocoa, change into your comfiest . . .