Hippocrates said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” You’ve also probably heard the phrase, “Prevention is the best medicine.” Both are age-old platitudes, but both are also rarely followed by the general population.
Our bodies and our finances respond to the stresses we place on them. Putting appropriate and meaningful stresses on each of these areas can lead to long-term grown and success. Trying to tackle everything all at once can be overwhelming, but small, guided steps can allow positive habits to form and lead to long-term success.
Saving for retirement can be demystified with proper planning, professional support, and long-term goals. Discipline, Consistency and Proper Money Management can be foundational elements of any retirement approach.
How do pro athletes stay in the kind of shape that makes them a winner? Pro golfer Azahara Muñoz shares how staying fit, getting proper rest, and controlling stress can lead to success both now and down the road.
Here’s the thing – none of us really know how long we have. Morbid? Yes. But the reality is, waiting until your older to get life insurance doesn’t add up. That’s why it pays to have a policy at any age. Here’s why…
An executor is the person who oversees the settling of your estate. This person will settle your debts, pay your taxes, and ensure that your beneficiaries are taken care of. It’s an important role. Here are three tips to help you find the right person to manage your will.
The words “executor” or “executrix” sound so official and responsible, right? That’s because it’s an important role. This is the person who is tasked with settling an estate, or will, after a death. It can be a big source of anxiety, but it can be a bit easier if you know what to expect. Let take a look at how it’s done…