Whether a friend or family member is newly diagnosed or in the midst of treatment, they are unlikely to be wowed by vague offers or having to do your thinking for you. They have enough on their mind. So what can we do to be helpful? It’s hard to know how friends and relatives can help.
Living forever may sound nice to the ear, but the technicalities involved can often lead to the bubble bursting. You might dream of living to 100 and beyond, and break a few records after that, but you have to take into consideration how your quality of life is going to be and the financial aspect of your life.
Looking to reduce your utility bills? We understand that nobody wants to pay the $100 plus utility bill each month. Here’s a few simple tips on how to make a significant difference in your utility bills.
Falling prey to investing myths is common especially if you are new to the whole stock and bonds world. One wrong move or misbelief can land you in a financial disaster. It is crucial for you to know what’s untrue, so you don’t make a compromising mistake and help others as well.
After analyzing more than 50 billion calls in the last 18 months, First Orion has predicted that almost 50 percent calls in 2019 will be scam calls. The company calls it “scam call epidemic” and it seems to be growing at a rate faster than we can understand.
Loneliness is a real problem and concern for many Americans. The journal, PLOS Medicine recently concluded that loneliness could be as bad for your health as smoking and even worse than being obese. It ends up that having an active and connected social life is more than merely great fun, it is also beneficial for your health.
We all know the many benefits of exercise to help keep us healthy. It turns out that the same regime can be used to help us age gracefully and decrease muscle loss and decline of brain functioning.
Old habits die hard- or something on the similar lines can be said about baby boomers who seem quite excited about the possibilities of legalized weed in the USA.