The former United States Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, once stated:
“If you do not know where you are going, every road will get you nowhere.”
Growing up in a house with my mom and three sisters, I quickly learned the importance of buying on sale.
It’s a great feeling to find that nice jacket or
We all have them.
Looking back, there are many things we would have done earlier, sooner, or differently. In fact, you likely have already
I love reading labels on just about everything I buy. Maybe the habit started when I was a kid, looking for the toy that would come in my box of Cracker Jacks
This PG-rated sign I saw at the Cracker Barrel made me laugh out loud! As we say down in Carolina country, “Ain’t that the truth!”
I'll admit it. I don't like working out, or at least don't like the idea of working out. When I was a kid, I was active and full of energy – able to take on any
“Let’s head to the beach!” After several weeks going non-stop at work and with family responsibilities, I was in need of some rest. November is not an ideal
Nonprofits in the Shenandoah Valley and around the globe depend on people like us to further their mission and to help those most in need. Giving is essential
My dad, Ron Larson, believed in education. While very few things in life are certain, he knew that becoming more educated is the most sure-fire thing you can do
We are all “Runnin’ Down a Dream” towards the future we want, and we all want to make the very best investment decisions. By just about any measure, the stock