While his 1963 “I Have A Dream” speech from the Lincoln Memorial or his “Letter from Birmingham Jail” have inspired millions of people around the world, this world-renowned activist, orator, and Nobel Prize winner shared many equally-uplifting and thought-provoking quotes that might not be as widely known.
Call it what you will, but 2020 was quite a year. As strange as it’s been, this year has also taught us all a number of valuable lessons that can help improve our post-pandemic lives in 2021 and beyond.
There are some universal truths that can help you become a million by age 40. It will mostly depend on two factors: your age and your future earning potential.
The tree goes up, the lights come on, and the power bill simply crackles with delight. It is possible and can even be fun to have a holiday merry and bright, while still keeping things energy efficient.
Many employers may opt for an interview using video conferencing software due to its convenience factor for remote positions or initial screening interviews. However, there are common mistakes that are made in these virtual meetings. It is smart to learn how to use this software to your advantage.
Porch pirates increasingly target homes with visible deliveries, but you don’t need to be their next victim. There are many ways to secure your packages so you get everything you order.
When you’re in your 40s, you have a much closer view of retirement on the horizon than you did in your 30s. It’s important to carefully consider what you’re doing to prepare and whether it will give you the retirement savings you need in the timeline you’d like.
Heading out to wide open trails is one way to shake off some cabin fever. States like New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware all offer up great opportunities for people to hike and bike. Here are some great locations to check out.
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.