Free, Family-Friendly Places to Explore in New Hampshire
The New Hampshire state motto may be “Live Free or Die,” but it can sometimes be a challenge to find free places in which to live it up, especially with kids. Personally, I love to […]
How to Start Smart Savings Habits With Your Grade Schooler
When my son was about 6, he asked me if we could go out for pizza at his favorite restaurant. We had already been out to dinner that week, so I said to him, “I […]
Is a Money Market the Right Savings Vehicle for You?
Everybody would love to become a master of savings by paving a way to a rock-solid nest egg. However, for most of us, this is a road less traveled and we wonder how to get […]
I Tried It: the Capsule Wardrobe
The shocked gasp by my realtor and the step back, AWAY, from my closet, was the final straw. With our home going on the market, my husband and I were planning on mastering the art […]
Where to Get Help During National Recovery Month
From drunk driving accidents to overdose-related deaths, people near and far are impacted daily by drug and alcohol abuse and addiction. That’s why the Click here to visit the website for the Substance Abuse and […]
Is a Personal Loan Right for You?
When you think of taking out a loan, it’s usually for something specific and defined: an auto loan, a student loan or a mortgage. But there are all sorts of things that happen in between […]