Reducing Holiday Bulk Without Breaking the Bank

With a season of holiday cheer, bundling up for warmth and, of course, non-stop feasting, it’s easy to pack on a few pounds during the winter months. If you’re trying to get in shape for warmer weather, fulfilling a New Year’s resolution, or just trying to stay healthy and fit it may be the perfect time to think about getting a gym membership. But with high … Continue reading Reducing Holiday Bulk Without Breaking the Bank

New Years Resolutions: Health and Wealth

With 2013 coming to a close, many people are looking toward a healthier and more frugal 2014. In fact, two of the most popular New Year’s resolutions year after year are to become a healthier individual and to improve one’s finances. Health and wealth can go hand in hand. Studies show that healthier individuals miss work less and also are more productive on the job, … Continue reading New Years Resolutions: Health and Wealth

5 Free and Easy Ways to Relieve Stress

Sometimes your day just needs a “reset” button. Rewind, set another alarm, and emerge in hopes it can only be better than the present. But surprise! Life just doesn’t work that way. You soldier on, drink another cup of coffee, and muster up the courage to keep checking emails with hope nothing else has gone wrong. On days like these stress can override your focus … Continue reading 5 Free and Easy Ways to Relieve Stress

Here is a Quick Tip on How to Save Money on Groceries

Here’s a quick tip to save some money on groceries, though it may cost you in other ways. Buying food in prepared  or ready-to-eat packages is often really expensive!  Instead, try buying fresh foods.  As an example, carrots in pre-washed, pre-cut, and ready-to-eat form are MUCH more expensive than the bag of regular carrots. Buying flavored oatmeal (including sugar and spices) is much more expensive … Continue reading Here is a Quick Tip on How to Save Money on Groceries