There are all kinds of common money mistakes that people often make. These mistakes that keep them in debt or, at the least, keep them from accumulating as much money as they otherwise would have.
When you say your wedding vows, you and your spouse are promising to be a team in all aspects of life, including your finances. It can be challenging, but here are some strategies to help you work together in your financial life.
As yoga increases in popularity, so do the number of yoga variations. Yoga is a great way to exercise—especially for those who want to relax or are seeking inner peace.
Have you been trying to lose weight lately, only to find that it’s a bit harder than it used to be? It’s not uncommon. Unfortunately, it’s a natural part of aging—not just metabolism as many believe.
Kids may be “too clean” these days. As parents worry about germs, illnesses, infections and keeping their little ones safe, they may unwittingly over-sterilize their children’s environments, which may not be good for their children’s long-term health.
When talking about someone in an abusive relationship, many ask the question “why don’t they just leave?” For people who have never experienced abuse themselves, this solution makes sense. Unfortunately, the decision to leave an abuser is a lot more complicated than simply walking away.
Colorectal cancer is the third-leading cause of death in the United States, and the risk of developing it is 1 in 20. Although colorectal cancer can be very deadly, it is also very preventable and treatable.
Caring for a loved one who is going through a serious illness can be a rewarding experience in many ways. Caregivers often enjoy giving back to someone who once cared for them, with many saying that the experience increases meaning and purpose in life. A survey by the National Opinion Research Center found that 83 percent of caregivers viewed the experience as positive.
We all know that exercise is important. Among other things, it can stave off illnesses, reduce stress and help control weight. Whether we are 20 or 80 years old, we all have days, maybe weeks, and sometimes months, when we do not want to exercise.
If you’re like me, you love this time of year. It’s the time that tech gadgets of yesteryear go on sale and the gadgets of tomorrow make their debut on store shelves.
For many of us, it can be really confusing to try to compare gas power vs. electric power. Despite being expected to do the same type of work, each uses a different relative unit of measurement.
The teenage years are a turbulent, troubling time for adolescents all over the world.
Cellphones give families peace of mind. Members can easily contact one another in an emergency, and parents can better track their children’s’ whereabouts.
The Stepfamily Foundation states that 1,300 new stepfamilies form every day and that over 50 percent of U.S. families are remarried or re-coupled.
In today’s world, we are exposed to tragic events like never before. The same is true for kids.