Half of Americans are ‘C’ students at best when it comes to understanding finances Transforming knowledge into action bridges the gap from financial literacy to financial wellness (BPT) – When it comes to education, we instinctively understand the link between performance and opportunity — a college graduate is likely toRead More →

Managing change is crucial for success (BPT) – Whether you’re a small-business owner, a manager at a mid-sized company or CEO of a large corporation, you’ve had to cope with constant change over the course of your career, and you’ve learned at least one thing: More change is inevitable. BetweenRead More →

5 quick home fixes to rest easy (BPT) – Ongoing, routine upkeep is important to ensure the house stays running. While it may seem easier to put off tasks for a later date, checking off some smaller chores now can help avoid incidents or costly repairs later. “Home maintenance canRead More →

4 ways to reduce your stress (BPT) – Stress. No one wants it but we all experience it from time to time. Higher levels of stress can cause problems at work and at home. But stress is not just hard on your mental well-being, it is hard on your bodyRead More →

Simple health tips for busy moms (BPT) – Mothers are the CEO of the home. Organizing schedules, paying the bills, doing food shopping, managing pick-ups and drop-offs, and making sure everyone is healthy is just part of the job. Unfortunately, because they are so busy taking care of others, manyRead More →

New year, healthy you: 4 steps for a healthier you (BPT) – The new year is often a time filled with self-reflection and thoughts of personal transformation, prompting individuals to start hitting the gym, eating right and reconnecting with old friends. However, New Year’s resolutions can often be short-lived, frequentlyRead More →

Dale Harris According to the American Sleep Association (ASA), 50-70 million people in the U.S. have some sort of sleep disorder. Insomnia is the most common disorder, followed by obstructive sleep apnea and snoring. Sleep deprivation can lead to heart problems, obesity, diabetes, asthma, arthritis, depression, and chronic kidney disease. Everyone’sRead More →