April 19, 2021
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Loneliness is poison. It is deadly. Loneliness is literally killing us. And if you just rolled your eyes, I’m especially talking to you. Over the past couple of decades, researchers … more
Investing apps are super trendy right now. And I have to be honest: I love how they’re making investing more easily available and helping people get started on their wealth-building journeys. … more
If you guys have been hearing the term “financial literacy” a lot, there’s a good reason—it’s one of the most important money-related topics! And that’s why April … more
Last November I wrote about the proposed plan to turn Camp Buxton on Pond Street into an industrial solar farm, quoting from “The Lorax” by Dr. Seuss: “I speak for the trees.” … more
If you’re feeling crushed by your student loan debt right now, you’re not alone. I’ve been there. I get that it can feel like a huge burden you’ll never get off your … more
Building a business can leave you feeling lonely. Week after week, through all the ups and downs, you start to doubt yourself. You’re tempted to give up. When you’re frustrated, maybe you … more
Befriending Bluebirds and the Palmer RiverTwo new local organizations have come to my attention this month; one is the Rehoboth Bluebird Society and the other is the Friends of the Palmer River. Both … more
Did you know nearly 40% of Americans can’t cover a $400 expense from their savings?1People give many different reasons for not being able to save money, and I’ve heard them all. Some … more
I hear from so many people who are nervous or scared to make a career change in their fifties, even if they’re miserable at their current job. I get it. There are a lot of fears and … more
Last year, we dealt with a lot of unknowns because of the coronavirus situation. Taxes were no exception. From the federal tax deadline being moved up to new legislation being passed, there were … more
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