Category Archives for "Lifestyle"

10 Ways To Celebrate Your Retirement

The third act. Retirement has many names, but referencing it as a final climactic finish is fitting. Your retirement years represent the final stage of your life, a time to do everything you ever wanted. How will you spend your twilight years?1. TravelTravel is a popular choice among most retirees. People spend much of their […]

How To Do HEALTHY Retail Therapy

Going on a shopping spree with a credit card in hand can leave you burdened with debt and stress. That’s why it’s a big surprise to see many mental health professionals recommending “retail therapy” to deal with pandemic stress. Can shopping be good for your health?The Benefits of Shopping for Your MoodThe science doesn’t lie. […]

4 Reasons To Be Excited About Driverless Vehicles

While tech giants continue to make headway on self-driving technology, there are still many regulatory hurdles to jump before driverless vehicles ever become a full-fledged reality. The trepidation around the idea is understandable because a genuinely autonomous vehicle will not require human input while operating, making many people nervous. The journey toward actual driverless vehicles has […]

The Top 5 Safest Modes of Travel

Retirement is the time in your life to enjoy and travel. If plans were successful, you likely have enough to enjoy one or two trips per year, if not more. However, as eager as many retirees are to travel, the news of plane crashes, boats capsizing, or train derailments can quickly curb the enthusiasm.  It […]

Inflation and the American Household

Groceries, clothing, cars, and countless other essential and luxury items have increased in price over the past few months, putting a significant strain on the average American household. Aside from the increasing cost of living, Americans have experienced lower interest rates on savings, meaning families are being clobbered financially, which is jarring — to say […]

The Importance and Suggested Frequency of Credit Monitoring

According to the Federal Trade Commission, one in five Americans experiences errors on at least one of their credit reports. Unfortunately, most people do not realize the mistakes because they do not check their reports often or not often enough.  Credit reporting errors at TransUnion, Equifax, or Experian can lead to weaker credit scores regardless of […]