Preparing financially for loss will not diminish sorrow, but it can reduce the stress and fear of suddenly becoming the sole financial decision maker.
As we enter the warmer days of spring and summer, we tend to focus more on our personal health. Have you ever thought about how your finances may be affecting […]
Debt is money that you owe. Whether you took out a loan, used a credit card, or got behind on a bill payment, it’s debt. When debt feels like a […]
In my last blog, I talked about habits and touched on how your brain changes when you start breaking these habits. The ability of your brain to change is called […]
Last week, I was faced with the unexpected expense of replacing the brakes and rotors on my car. As an unexpected expense, this was not part of my monthly budget. […]
Heart disease is the leading killer of women. One in 3 women die each year—many from heart attacks because they didn’t recognize the symptoms. Most people associate a heart attack […]
People are living longer than ever before, thanks to modern medicine, technology and healthier lifestyles. As a daughter, son, niece, or nephew, you will likely be responsible for caring for […]