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Do the holidays make you stressed out? Maybe even a little angry? You’re not alone! Many people feel that way this time of year. Between family interactions, expectations, and the ridiculous shopping craze, emotional triggers abound! We’ll look at five of the most common and share some coping tips. 1. Your Host(ess) Appearance In a..

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Most everyone knows about the free shipping and TV shows/movies you get as an Amazon Prime subscriber. But there are a lot more perks that you might not be taking advantage of. With the holiday season upon us, there’s never been a better time to start using them! 1. Movies and TV Shows without WiFi..

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It’s been a cold, rainy, and snowy fall so far. Instead of staring out the window waiting for it to go away, why not use the time indoors to organize your closet? It’s the perfect opportunity to get rid of the old and make room for the new stuff you’ll get during the winter holidays!..

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This time of year, there’s a lot of focus on being thankful. And that’s a good thing! But what about the rest of the year? Science shows that gratitude and happiness are linked. The more grateful you are, the happier you are. Gratitude Benefits Better relationships. Saying “thank you” is more than just good manners…

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In addition to be being National Alzheimer’s Awareness month, November is also National Caregivers month. The purpose of this is to recognize the challenges family caregivers face and to provide them support. To get an idea of the importance of caregivers, let’s take a look at what a day might look like. Mornings: Most family..

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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. One of the first signs of Alzheimer’s Disease can be difficulty managing daily money tasks such as balancing a checkbook or figuring out a budget. Sadly, due to fears of losing independence, people with the disease may try to hide their difficulty with money. Or, depending on the..

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These are busy times and online shopping is convenient. You can price match and shop around numerous stores in minutes compared to the time it takes driving around to brick and mortar shops. With that convenience, we often buy without thinking it through. Here are some tips to rein in that impulse spending. Remove Shopping..

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A growing number of Americans are retiring and aging without a spouse or adult children to help them. In fact, research by Dr. Maria Torroella Carney, chief of geriatric and palliative medicine at Northwell Health in Great Neck, New York, 22% of people over 65 are “solo seniors” or “elder orphans.” And that number is..

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With my youngest starting college this year, I’m all too aware of the emotions surrounding making college payments and student debt. While I’m incredibly proud of both of them for all they continue to achieve, my bank account and I have been on better terms. It seems that institutions of higher learning have been paying..

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