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Financial Fitness

Reach Your Financial Goals

Whether you have a short-term or long-term goal to save money, it requires discipline. Saving money means that you find ways to pay less when you shop. Saving may also mean deciding to NOT buy everything you want. Learn more about smart options to reach your financial goal!

Plan Your Meals and Save a Few Bucks!

Making your own meals is usually healthier and more cost efficient than dining out. This summer, skip the fast-food and save money by planning and preparing your meals. Here are four simple steps to help you be successful: Start with the basics. Begin scheduling your healthy meals with a master list. Prioritize by placing the...

Eat Right, Affordably!

When money is tight and time is short, it may seem difficult to maintain a healthy diet. But mealtime doesn’t have to be costly, complicated, or unhealthy – eating right can be affordable, convenient and nutritious with a small amount of advanced planning. Simple concepts like portion control, choosing frozen or canned produce, and safely...

Grow Your Own Garden!

How would you like to save some cash while improving your health? Try growing your own fruits and vegetables! You don’t need acres of land to get started. All you need is good soil, sunshine, water, and a pot to get started. Choose a well-lit spot in your yard, on your porch, or even on...

Surviving on a Modest Income

There’s no denying the importance of the almighty dollar. We all need money to provide food, shelter, transportation, and clothing – life’s basic necessities. Did you know that our well-being suffers when we don’t have enough cash to cover these essentials? While money is not necessarily the path to happiness, low income is associated with low emotional well-being according to the...

Cook Smarter, Save Money

You and your family can cook healthy meals, even on a tight budget. Here are some tips that can help! Before You Shop – Plan Ahead Step 1: Think about what foods you already have in the house.Step 2: Make a list of meals that you can you make with those items.Step 3: Make a list of other foods...