The early part of the year seems like the best time to reassess both your financial health, and your actual health. Have you considered how small changes to your food budget can make a BIG difference to both your waistline and your bottom line? Here are some simple tips from Medi-Share to help jump start […]
A term coined years ago, being “Sandwiched In” can happen to just about anyone, and often it sneaks up on us. Here is practical advice for those in the “Sandwiched In” generation – and how to best shift our thinking, and our finances, during those tricky, in-between years.
A BUDGET! Now before you shut down at the mention of the word budget, please hear me out. I know that budgeting doesn’t sound all that exciting, and sometimes it can seem downright complicated! Let me tell you though, budgeting is single-handedly the best way to take back control of your finances. A budget means […]
Happy New Year, everyone! There is just something palpable in the air each January – something invisible that silently screams that we are all standing at the beginning of an endless array of new and exciting possibilities. I’m not one for big resolutions that are over almost as quickly as they’ve been spoken aloud, however […]
As the world collectively watches the minutes of another decade fade into the history books, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on some of the more notable bankruptcy filings of 2019. The trend of struggling retail giants continued this year with stores such as Beauty Brands, Innovative Mattress Solutions, Shopko, Gymboree, Charlotte Russe, […]
It seems the hustle and bustle of the holidays isn’t letting up on us any time soon – whether it be shopping trips, school functions, family gatherings or office parties, it seems we are on the move this month more than any other time of year! With all that traveling, the last thing anyone wants […]
Between the crisp air and harvest colored leaves, it is undeniable that the holiday season is upon us here in Eastern North Carolina. But while you are wrapping yourselves in extra layers – and beginning to wrap those presents for family, friends and colleagues – I want to encourage you to avoid the seemingly “easy credit” […]