Guess what? It’s flu season. Yep, that’s right. You may have thought that COVID canceled out the flu, but sadly, it’s still up to no good. One positive thing though, is that it seems the wearing of masks and quarantining is decreasing the spread of the flu, according to the CDC.
Snoring has been a topic of arguments between couples since the beginning of time. Well, it’s not documented that Adam and Eve argued about it, but it’s probably safe to assume they did. In all seriousness, snoring can be a big issue.
If you are shopping for health insurance plans and options during Open Enrollment, then you know just how expensive quality health coverage can be. That’s why healthcare sharing has grown over the years with thousands of people joining every month.
This year has been one that most will not forget. There’s been an enormous amount of complaining and wishing the year would end. This mindset is understandable, considering all the interruptions and miserable things that seem to have come at us one after another. However, being ungrateful can be contagious.
This month, those with Diabetes or who love someone that does, come together to bring awareness to the diabetes epidemic and to make a difference.
Consuming a nutritious, well-balanced breakfast can give you energy and prevent you from eating too much during the rest of the day. Sugary breakfast options can spike and then crash your blood sugar, leaving you tired and possibly even cranky. So skip them!
You may be thinking you have plenty of time before you need to start worrying about tax time. However, no matter your current financial situation, you may want to take advantage of some critical end-of-year tax strategies. Implementing these tips before December 31, 2020 could potentially minimize your tax burden.