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YOUTUBE VIDEO: Investing for Beginners: Understanding Risk Tolerance!

Posted By PlayLouderBlog on Business -

In this investing for beginners video, I'll demystify risk tolerance and help you understand why it is KEY to understanding how to invest in the market. I define risk tolerance as “your willingness to keep working in a sharp or prolonged market downturn.” I'll take you through different investment ideas, depending on your age and […]

20+ Cupcake Crafts for Preschoolers

Posted By 3BoysandaDog on Pets - These Cupcake Crafts for Preschoolers are perfect for fine motor skills and creativity! Kids love eating cupcakes, so why not make cute crafts about them? Some are printables, some are crafting, and all are adorable and fun. Start at the top of the list and work your way down. Your early learner is going to …

17 Reasons Paying Your Mortgage Off Early May Not Be a Good Idea

Posted By Thefrugalexpat on Finance - As Americans struggle to manage their financial burdens, countless financial gurus scream, “Pay your debts ASAP!” Not all debt is equal. Some types of debt are considered good debt, and you may have several debts far worse than your mortgage. This is just one of several factors to consider as you determine whether paying your ... Read more

Funny Baby Boy Quotes to Make You Giggle

Posted By 3BoysandaDog on Pets - If you need something to make you feel happier, look no further than these funny baby boy quotes that are guaranteed to make you giggle. After getting to the bottom of this, be sure to check out these inspirational quotes & sayings for more amusing reads! Being a parent to a baby boy is one of …

Inflation Bites Again: 16 Things You Can Start Cutting From Your Budget

Posted By Thefrugalexpat on Finance - While the Federal Reserve expects an annual inflation rate of two percent yearly, sometimes inflation runs away and starts to climb to nine or ten percent or higher. In 2022, inflation jumped to the highest rate Americans had seen since 1981.  Almost overnight, gas and food prices soared, making it hard for low-income families to ... Read more

Rethinking Insulin & Dietary Choices

Posted By TrainFitness on Health - The way our bodies respond to food, particularly in terms of insulin production, has been a subject of intense scrutiny in medical research. Two recent studies have shed light on the complexities of this response, challenging long-standing beliefs about the role of insulin surges following meals and highlighting the nuanced...
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Newport Dunes: A Glamorous Way To Camp

Posted By lafamilytravel on Travel -   There comes a time in many people’s lives when a great vacation involves a bed. Maybe not for everyone, but for this mom, even adventure has its limit. And by all this, I’m referring to camping. Camping is great, but glamping is better!  Luckily, Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina has this mom covered. […]
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Summer Seasonal Meal Plan – Embracing the Bounty of the Season

Posted By 3BoysandaDog on Pets - Creating a summer seasonal meal plan can benefit your health and well-being. Emphasizing fresh, seasonal ingredients like fruits and vegetables, a well-thought-out seasonal meal plan can help you stay nourished, hydrated, and energized during the warmer months. Planning your meals can also save you time, reduce food waste, and ensure you consume a balanced diet …

16 Reasons Why Being Poor Can Be Very Expensive 

Posted By Thefrugalexpat on Finance - Is there anything that is really “free” these days? Between constant headlines of inflation and rent increases and paying for what seems like everything, where can we get a break? The chance to breathe without swiping a credit card or forking over the remnants of our hard-earned cash? Though the title “poor” or low-income suggests ... Read more

The Power of Interval Training

Posted By TrainFitness on Health - Interval training, characterized by alternating periods of high-intensity effort and recovery, has long been recognized for its efficiency in improving cardiovascular fitness and overall health. Recent studies have further explained the multifaceted benefits of this training approach, reinforcing its application across various levels of physical fitness and athletic needs. Proven...
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