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From the musings of John Muir to the journals of Marie Curie and the “Field Notes” of Teddy Roosevelt – great minds provided a history of their legacy, but their journals also served a functional purpose. Journaling provides countless benefits and can play an important role in leading a successful, happy life.
Should you leave your loans in forbearance or resume making payments? In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, student loans have seen a lot of changing legislation. To help you make sense of it all and plan your strategy, here are the important details followed by our advice on managing your money and your loans.
People everywhere are getting creative to lift each other’s spirits and help one another in their own special way. So just remember, you can too and “Giving” and “Helping” is not always synonymous with donating money and you should not feel selfish for making sure that your needs are met.
What to do, so you can protect your money and financial well-being.
While no one is certain how long this healthcare crisis will last, one thing is becoming more clear each day – we are on the cusp of a financial recession. Here are 6 things you can do to prepare financially and get you through this economic recession in good shape…
Navigating finances in a romantic relationship can be a challenge. We dig in to when and how to talk about and the do’s and don’ts of combing finances and setting your relationship up for financial success.
Check out a few of our top tips for getting through college with healthy financial habits and as little debt as possible.
It seems like cash is part of the past. The “what’s in your wallet?” slogan and other credit card commercials only reinforce the opinion that credit cards are a necessity.
A basic savings account at your current bank is an ideal place to get started but not where you should stay for long.
New Years is such an exciting holiday! A time to reflect on things you accomplished and learned- but also to look toward the possibilities the new year will bring… To get you thinking about your resolutions and to help you start the conversation with your friends and family – here are a few ideas we have on how to make 2020 your best year yet!
Remember, whatever gifts you decide to give this holiday season, be sure to do so thoughtfully and not to overextend yourself financially. No friend of family member wants to give you debt for Christmas.
The holidays are a magical time of year for most of us- but that magic often comes with stress that can leave you feeling a little less Buddy the Elf and a bit more Ebenezer Scrooge. So how do we deal with this stress in a way that is healthy? Here are 7 ideas for how to deal with these emotions and still enjoy the holiday season.
The federal funds rate dropped again for the third time since July this year – but what does that mean for you?
To cope with stress, many of us fall in to unhealthy habits in an effort to deal with the complicated world we live in. You might even binge Netflix to just avoid your problems and emotions entirely.
So what are you doing?! Get off the computer, go outside and explore. Spend quality time with your friends and family without the distractions. Your body, mind, and wallet will thank you.
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