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Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain - Part 2

Choose your parties wisely. When the season begins and the invites start rolling on in, it’s time to make a plan! Try not to schedule too many social events in a row. Do you really need to attend every party that comes your way? Consider the long-term effects and space them out if possible. Pick the best and “just say no” to the rest.

Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain - Part 1

We are pleased to welcome our newest guest blogger, Jacqui Justice, Certified Nutritionist and Health Coach. We will be posting her complete 4 part series over the next few weeks. We hope you enjoy them. Please feel free to share them with friends and family. Happy and Healthy Eating this holiday season!

Market Update - 3rd Quarter 2021

We are pleased to announce our new market update blog! What you can expect: A simple and straightforward summary of the major events that affected the markets over the previous calendar quarter. It is our goal to provide you with relevant content so that you are able to filter out "the noise" on media outlets and draw your own conclusions about some of the issues we may face moving forward. We would love to hear what you think and welcome suggestions for topics that would interest you in future blogs. Thank you for reading!

The Virtue of Slowing Down

Time is an interesting dimension. It is a fixed measurement, yet our perception of time varies greatly depending on what we are doing. It has been said that the longest eight seconds in life is riding a bull. I never rode a bull and have no interest in testing that statement for myself. So, I will take it as fact. But even so, eight seconds is eight seconds – regardless of what we are doing.

The Peril of Investment Fads

As we are midway through the year, it can be a good idea to take stock of what happened so far, and what we can learn about it. Looking back is an important activity as we seek to progress. It’s not about beating ourselves up for mistakes or feeding our ego for profitable decisions; it’s about learning and improving our thought and decision-making process.