Calming anxiety is important because it can have a number of ill effects on an individual’s well-being. Here are five simple ways you can take control and make positive changes to your everyday health routines.
From birthday celebrations to holiday gifts, kids receive way too much “stuff”. Here are a few suggestions to keep kids engaged, organized and excited about toys, old and new.
Unfamiliar times may bring unexpected difficulties, but if we know anything, we know that crises are a part of life. It’s best to organize and protect important documents before disaster strikes, but it is never too late to start identifying them.
We’ve compiled some answers to questions we’ve been receiving regarding the CARES Act and the economic impact payments many people will be getting.
Here are five tips in order to work from home in the most optimal manner and work in the most efficient and effective way.
Now is time to start planning what to do with the family this spring. Family vacations provide the best memories–good and bad!–but planning can be a stressful process. Here are a few things to remember.
Social engineering has been a rising issue in the cyber community in recent years with more individuals and more businesses becoming seemingly arbitrary targets of hackers. Seeing how major companies can be affected, it’s important for individuals to get as familiar with this scam process as possible in order to keep from undergoing major financial loss.
It may not top the list of anyone’s favorite holidays, but that does not mean that Presidents’ Day can’t be a great time for everyone. Set for the third Monday in February, it gives the nation a chance to honor and celebrate its leaders. One way to make the day a little more special would be to celebrate it in a place rich in history and fun.
Phishing emails and other social engineering cyber attacks are seeing an increase in numbers and effectiveness. But there are still a number of common indicators that point to a phishing attack in progress. Knowing what to look for will help to protect against attacks.
Despite what haters might say, Valentine’s Day is fun. A special day to express love for someone special is one of the nobler traditions. But the average person spends almost $150 on Valentine’s Day! There is no need to turn what should be something enjoyable into something to regret because of the price tag.
For many people, tax season is even more exciting than Christmas. Depending on a person’s circumstances, this can represent the largest single cash infusion of the year. So, it is important to be smart and do more than just eat out a few more times.
Snow days are a chance for kids to frolic outside building snowmen, having snowball fights and making snow angels. That often burns out quickly, leaving parents grasping for fun snow day activities that don’t involve a screen. Here are creative snow day activities to try that will keep kids active and entertained for a good while.