Asking for financial advice can be uncomfortable, so here is an alternative! Here are five fantastic resources that will aid you in bettering your money management skills no matter what age or stage of life. In this newsletter, learn about how these helpful guides will broaden your knowledge and make a real difference in the way you manage finances!
In addition, you'll uncover why wearing the wrong shoes can cause more destruction than just sore feet, discover common mistakes that novice landlords make and how to evade them, as well as learn useful tips for mastering a new language even if you're an adult. Not to mention fascinating facts about foreign places, amazing trivia challenges and much more!
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Financial literacy may feel like an unreachable goal if you’re not an accountant, but it’s easier than ever to enhance your own financial knowledge and money management skills—regardless of what stage of life you’re in.
Here are five ways you can build your personal finance know-how:
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When it comes to diagnosing what’s causing sore feet, there are a few things that might seem obvious. High heels, for instance, are famously bad for our feet. By concentrating most of your body weight on the ball of your foot, high heels can cause painful bunions and ingrown toenails.
But, perhaps surprisingly, there are also foot problems to contend with at the other end of the shoe spectrum, too. Without proper arch support, even a comfy pair of slippers or sneakers can lead to a condition like plantar fasciitis.
Whatever type of shoes you prefer, it’s important to understand what those shoes might be doing to hurt—or help—your whole body. When choosing footwear, consider:
Some barefoot activity is generally agreed to strengthen feet, like yoga or workouts on a mat. Most experts agree that it’s still best to wear supportive shoes most of the time.
Talk to a podiatrist or an orthopedist about exercises you can do to strengthen your feet and help them recover from any footwear-related injuries you may already have.
Rental property investments can be financially rewarding. But they can also open the door to a long list of potential problems for new landlords.
Here are three mistakes new landlords often make, and how to avoid them:
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While tackling a new language as an adult may seem challenging, it turns out that adults can become fluent in a foreign language about as quickly as children do. (And that’s good news, because there’s evidence that learning a language as an adult may help delay the onset and severity of dementia.)
A 2018 study concluded that although we’re more apt to reachnative-levelfluency if we start young, adults are just as capable of mastering a new language. It might take a decade or more for adults to achieve native-level fluency, but we can reach incredibly high levels of comprehension in as little as 1-3 years of language learning. What’s more, adults may even be better at certain aspects of language learning than kids are, since our attention spans are longer and our ability to focus is greater.
Community colleges often have language classes, which are a great way to get started. Interacting with instructors in person gives you valuable feedback you can’t get from an app or website. Conversation groups and language exchanges are extremely useful for building and practicing your skills. Look atMeetUp.comto find conversation groups in your area, or check language exchange sites likeitalki.com,TalkAbroad.com, andHelloTalk.comto get one-on-one video call time with a fluent speaker of the language you’re learning.
Studies have shown your income and wealth are directly related to the size and depth of your vocabulary. Here is this month's word.
impugn(pronounced im-PYOON) verb
Meaning:to dispute or challenge the validity of something; to question
Sample Sentence:He impugned my ability to handle the new job responsibilities in front of our boss, probably because he was angry he hadn’t gotten the job.
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A recent Harris Poll survey revealed that8 out of 10 Americansconsider buying a home to be an essential goal, with 28 million even aiming to purchase within the next year. It's easy to see why as homeownership offers both financial and nonfinancial rewards alike - making it desirable for many people. . .
If a beloved sweater gets too worn to wear anymore, it can still be useful with a needle, thread, buttons, and a little creativity. Here are a few ways to give your old knits new life.
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A:Make a wish list of everything you would like to have in a new house.Then make a list of everything you don’t like in your current home.These two lists will give you a good idea of where to start, and help you analyze your needs.
Buying a home requires making some compromises. You may not get everything you want, but make sure to get what you need. For example, when buying a home, the neighborhood should be your main consideration. Is the house in a neighborhood that you like and feel safe? Will you have a reasonable commute to work? Does it have a good school system? (Not only is this important if you have children; it will impact the resale value of your home down the road.) Does the area have the amenities that you’re looking for (parks, stores, and library) within a few miles?
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