Sometimes when your body is ready to go to bed, your mind doesn’t get the memo. Your mind decides that is the perfect time to run through every stressful thought and item on your to-do list. Dr. Karin Ryan from Nystrom & Associates shares some techniques that will quiet your mind.
Steve got together with Dan Stoltz of Spire Credit Union to discuss why February might be the best month of the year to get your money back on track. And it all has to do with the word “LOVE”.
To find out how the team at Spire Credit Union can help you take control of your financial future, click here.
Virtual learning has added a lot of stress for high school students. It’s already stressful enough thinking about the next step, going to college, their SAT’s, etc. The LearningRx program changed the way Ashley from South St. Paul felt about school and continuing her education. The change was so apparent that even Ashley’s best...
We don’t give that important pipe thing tucked away in the basement a thought…until something goes wrong. It’s called a sump pump and the folks at The Canopy Group Representing Auto Owners explain how it affects your home insurance when something goes wrong.
The experts at The Canopy Group Representing Auto Owners explains what happens with your insurance when you have an accident - even when you are the cause of them.
Diamonds are forever - until they aren’t. People have been known to lose them. But what happens if you find them again after you’ve already reported them missing to your insurance company? The Canopy Group explains what happens in a situation like this.
It’s easy to get distracted and not fully engaged in a conversation and you realize that you’ve missed a key point. Or, you are speaking and you quickly realize that the other person isn’t really paying attention and are more focused on what their next response will be. Author, professional speaker, and personal coach James Robilotta...
We all have that behavior that we aren’t super proud of. It’s what we categorize as destructive behaviors. Behavior Modification Coach Teresa Brenke, from Embrace Health at CLD, specializes in helping people discover why these behavior exist and how to get rid of them.
Embrace health at CLD Coaching has created a step by step plan to...
Being aware of your physical boundaries are important these days with no more handshakes or hugs from people you don’t know, for example. Dr. Karin Ryan from Nystrom & Associates reminds us that it’s just as important to be mindful of your emotional boundaries too.
There is a bridge in North Caroline built in 1940, now known as The Can Opener because it constantly rips off the tops of large trucks and vehicles. There is even a website dedicated to showing many of these accidents (click here). The folks at The Canopy Group Representing Auto Owners explains what happens if something like that happens to...
Rachel Hollis is a New York Times best-selling author of Girl, Wash Your Face and Girl, Stop Apologizing, and her newest book, Didn’t See That Coming. She one of the most sought after motivational speakers and CEO of a company she built from the ground up. Her work over the last 15 years has focused on changing the way women approach...
According to a recent article on CNBC.com, federal student loan payments are currently on pause through January 31st. It’s unclear how congress and the administration will handle the crisis now that the debt is soaring past $1.7 trillion.
Ken Coleman is America’s Career Coach, the #1 national bestselling author of The Proximity...
According to research conducted by Birch Box, only 30% of American prioritize self-care. That term means something different to everyone – whether its reading, getting a massage, or even meditating – it’s important and necessary for us all. Sarah Von Bargen of the Yes and Yes blog explains how to fit that in.
Work backwards from...
The colors that you wear sends a message. Life coach, speaker, author, and the founder of namaSync, Kristen Brown says the colors that you surround yourself with can give you the right energy to power your New Year intentions.
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We are all wired differently when it comes to money. You’re money personality is made up of seven tendencies that shape how you handle money. Rachel Cruze, two-time #1 national bestselling author and financial expert, gets us “in the know” about how to manage your money better based on your tendencies.
We are led to believe that now is the time to set new goals and aspirations for the new year. Motivational speaker, Doug Marshall, says instead concentrate on changing your energy for better results.
Step 1: Set an intention to become aware of your thoughts and energy
Step 2: Interrupt the negative thought
Step 3: Affirm the opposite...
After a pretty overwhelming year, the holidays can feel even more overwhelming. Dr. Karin Ryan of Nystrom & Associates remind us to be more mindful during the hectic holiday season.
As we approach 2021, we start to think about making changes to our health, life, home and maybe our budgets. Joel Seleskie from Seleskie Financial helps us map our money in the new year.
Revise or Establish Your Budget
Consider Refinancing Your Mortgage
Check Your Credit
Review Your Emergency Fund
Review Your Insurance...
Do you know what an “umbrella policy” is when it comes to insurance? What does it cover? Should you have it? The folks at The Canopy Group Representing Auto Owners breaks it down.
If you aren’t one of those shoppers who have already finished up buying Christmas gifts, producer Lisa Adams has you covered. She has some last minute gift ideas from local makers.
Curated Boxes from White Spruce Market
Products with honey from Worker B
Molara Brand at The Statement Boutique