The feeling of excitement is in the air. The thrill of anticipation is on the faces of thousands. The signal is given, and the crowd erupts in a deafening roar. The racers are off, and fans cheer the contestants toward the finish line. The first racer reaches the end and the stadium explodes into applause. The winner looks over the crowd and smiles triumphantly. They let out a giggle and a shrill cry of jubilation.
How to Set Actionable Steps to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution
It’s a new year and a fresh start. Like many people, you’re probably lining up your goals for 2019 – one of which might be to save more money. In recent years, the most popular New Year’s resolutions have been to eat healthier, improve your life and make better financial decisions. According to Huffington Post,
Anyone who has ever had a full-time job knows that job satisfaction is correlated to more than just the work you do on a daily basis or a paycheck. It’s usually a mixture of the daily grind, the people with whom you work, and the benefits your employer offers. One benefit which is offered to make you feel even more satisfied is the hassle-free way of saving for college, whether it’s for you or a loved one.
If there are children in your life — sons, daughters, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and even godchildren — you know the joy it brings to watch them grow older. They may not even be your own children, but you are so proud of their growth and accomplishments in life — from watching them play with friends to witnessing their preschool graduation. Even at a young age, you can picture the wonderful young men and women they will become.
Are you constantly thinking about your to-do list? Do worries linger in the back of your mind all day, and sometimes even visit you as you lie awake at night? It’s easy to feel stressed about all the little things in your daily life that aren’t getting done. Stress, whether small or big, can have negative effects on the mind and body, and that’s why it’s so important to take care of those little things in your life.
Crawlers Compete at NC Central and A&T Football Game for a Chance to Win $529 in College Savings
Babies will be crawling towards a touchdown between the first and second quarters of the NC Central and A&T football game in Durham on Saturday, Nov. 17. These quickly-crawling babies will compete to win $529 contributed to an account in the NC 529 Plan, also known as the North Carolina’s National College Savings Program.