It’s hard to focus on weight management when there is
information-overload everywhere; quick gimmicks, diets, fads,
prescriptions, and even surgical procedures. It makes you ask yourself,
what’s really important?
Racing and earning a living from sport is an absolute privilege and one I never take for granted. I want to thrive at all things in life which means I need to be smart with my earnings, investments, and managing my career now and in the future. Here are my thoughts on managing money.
When it comes to having enough money to retire, women are at a significant disadvantage compared to men. Although men and women start saving at roughly the same age, women’s median total retirement savings typically are only 30% of men’s.
On the spectrum of life’s great moments, getting a raise is, well, pretty great. After all, it’s a quantifiable token of a job well done. Sure, a hearty pat on the back and an earnest “Good job!” from the boss means something. But niceties don’t compound with interest.
Give in to those extra helpings and unhealthy temptations and you could be risking years of healthy retirement living and time with loved ones while surrendering retirement savings to unexpected medical expenses.