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Reduce Long Term Health Costs

You know the expression, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Well, I also like to say, “a walk a day keeps a healthy 401(k)”. Keeping an active, fit lifestyle saves you a significant amount of money. It reduces your long-term health costs, and it allows you to save and plan for big purchases, […]

Lack VS Loss of Things

Did you know that the majority of Jesus’ warnings were to the wealthy, not the poor? And there’s a reason! You see, most of our anxieties and worries are not related to our lack of things, but, rather to the loss of things. Most of us are worried that we might lose what we already have. […]

Obsessed With Your Work

Are you a workaholic? Now work is a good thing! God created work as a blessing. He gave Adam a job to do before sin ever entered the world. Our jobs – whether in an office or at home with the kids – are a great opportunity for us to glorify God, but it’s easy […]

Crazy Money Day – Help During Lockdown

It’s Crazy Money Day! Best friends, Daniel and Max, wanted to help others during the lockdown. They created and sold homemade dog treats so they could donate the proceeds. Max’s mom notified the neighborhood group chat and people started buying the treats. Even people without dogs! By early July, the boys had donated more than […]

401(k)s

Are you taking care of your 401(k)? Investopedia says more than 80 million workers actively participate in their 401(k)s, holding more than $5 1/2 trillion in assets. When leaving a company, you can do a Rollover and move it to an IRA. If a company folds, a rollover must be completed within sixty days before […]

Debt Collectors

1 in 4 Americans have at least one debt in collections. If that’s you, here are some helpful tips. Debt collectors can only call you between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. unless told otherwise. They can’t harass you with repeated calls, threats, or abusive language. Law prohibits them from coming to your workplace to collect […]

Generosity Day: Give Time

It’s Generosity Day! Besides giving money, we can be generous with our time and knowledge. Both are precious commodities. Volunteer tutoring is one example of a way you can give. Working from home while managing a child’s education has been stressful for many parents. Making yourself available will bless stressed out Moms. Babysitting is a gift […]

Savings Day – Last Minute Get Away

It’s build your Savings Day! It’s been a stressful year and a get-away can help you decompress. Breaks help the brain function better and improve creativity, productivity, and the quality of work. In today’s world, it’s much easier to save money on those getaways. Skyscanner.com reports lodging prices, deals, and cheap flights, but booking directly […]

Crazy Money Day – Largest NFL Contract

It’s Crazy Money Day! 25-year-old Patrick Mahomes is the highest-paid player in the NFL. His 10-year contract extension with the Kansas City Chiefs is worth more than $500 million. Mahomes, a gifted athlete, and believer can glorify God through football. His mother says his humility is a priority to her. John the Baptist said, “He […]

Work: Tips to Protect Your Job

If you have a job, work hard to protect it. When you “Work as unto the Lord”, others notice. Here are some things I find valuable in employees. Be on time every time. Be respectful and refuse to gossip. “Do unto others as you would want them to do unto you.” Be flexible and adjust […]