Monthly Archives: May 2017

Remembering the Real Meaning of Memorial Day

A funny thing tends to happen with federal holidays in the United States – even though they’re often born with only the noblest of intentions, people soon seem to place emphasis in the wrong areas: namely, a day off of work. Such is the case with Memorial Day, an annual holiday that people tend to […]

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Weekly Cartoon: Spinners

Have you ordered your own spinner yet?  How long do you think the craze will last?

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Preparing Your Child to be a Financially Responsible Adult

A kiss on the cheek, a pat on the head, a car packed to the brim and your precious baby is off to begin the first steps of his or her adult life. You’ve fed her, raised her and kept her out of trouble (as much as possible, that is) and you’ve taught her how […]

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Are Our Kids Being Dumbed Down?

Kids today have to cram so much information into a relatively limited amount of time, but is all that information resonating and helping them achieve? Is the “dumbing down of kids” a real thing or just older folks (who don’t remember their own childhood) complaining? An increased reliance on technology, overscheduling and the need for […]

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Moms – the ultimate superheroes.

She cooks; she cleans; she drives you to softball practice. When you are too old to drive to softball, she has the perfect advice on how you should drive. She’s Mom the Superhero, and she has your back from the very first breath that you take on this planet. She packed your lunch, and she […]

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Spending Less vs. Earning More

If you made 10 or 20 percent more each year, how much better would your life be? Would you find it interesting to know that no matter how much people make, virtually everyone believes that just a little bit more is all that’s needed? Earning More Let’s start by accepting the fact that to earn […]

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