It's been a particularly hot summer across the world. Where a mile of hiking can burn an average of more than 500 calories, some of the temperatures we've seen this summer have caused us to opt for more cooling cardio. With June being the month the most ice cream is produced, we've seen a summer-long need for both frozen treats
Although roughly 827,000 divorces happen every year, that fact doesn’t do much to dissuade happy couples from tying the knot. That said, if you want your marriage to succeed, you might want to do everything you can to avoid financial issues; after all, money is cited as the second leading cause of divorce. For those who want to start their marriages off the right way, planning a wedding within your budgetary means is essential. In other words, you should steer clear of overspending. Unfortunately, that’s one mistake a lot of American couples are making. In fact, taking out a wedding loan is becoming more common than ever — but that doesn’t mean you should follow the trend.
When money is tight, having a reliable, steady paycheck makes a huge difference. Many people these days don’t have a reliable source of income – either hourly wages are too low to be consistent or multiple jobs are necessary to make ends meet. However, there may be another factor that could be limiting your paycheck: your health. Poor health can have a serious impact on your overall paycheck, depending on your job and circumstances. Starting Young Health issues are linked to absenteeism both at work and earlier on in life at school. For those families easily able to afford healthcare, absenteeism due to chronic conditions is usually less of a problem. However, when affording preventive care isn’t realistic, children can end up missing surprising amounts of school time. Even dental health, which often goes overlooked, can have a serious impact.
As a new manager, it can be hard to get your team on your side. This is made even harder if you’ve never held a management position before. But everyone has to start somewhere, and it’s vital you tuck great habits under your belt when you first start out. Being a great manager takes a lot of work but it’s worth it in the end to see your business — and your employees — thrive. It’s through low levels of unemployment and efficient management skills that New York City’s economy was able to grow by more than 3% in the first quarter this year despite the average American holding more than $38,000 worth of debt.
Updating your wardrobe can be surprisingly expensive, yet many still purchase new clothes for every season. The number of fashion consumers is expected to grow to over 1.2 billion by 2020. However, if you find yourself counting your cash before hitting the store, use some of these tips to save on your next shopping spree.
Moving can be incredibly expensive, but it’s a cost many people run into several times over their life. In fact, the average American moves about 12 times in their life. If you’ve been renting most of your life, buying your first house comes with many steps you might not know you need to take. Don’t forget these steps when you move to a house for the first time. Check On Your Insurance While you might have had renter’s insurance before, you might not have a homeowner’s insurance plan in place if this is your first house. 93% of American homeowners have at least basic homeowners insurance, and it’s important to have at least a basic level of coverage for your first home. This will protect you against certain expensive problems that can come up in owning a home.