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For decades, homeownership has been an essential element of the American dream. And buying a home has been viewed as a powerful, positive, and life-changing experience. Yet I continue to hear from a surprising number of people who believe homebuying … Continue reading

Summer is in full swing and this time of year is a fresh fruit and vegetable lover’s paradise.  Farmers markets are full of fresh, locally grown produce.  Being the mother of three young children I am always happy when I can provide … Continue reading

As a millennial I know how frustrating thinking about your financial future can be, especially when we’re struggling to get our financial present figured out. My brother, Morgan Castner, a Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Advisor, once said to me, “Chelsea, … Continue reading

It is my pleasure to introduce Brad Meiklejohn, a guest blogger from The Conservation Fund, a leading nonprofit in land conservation efforts. Brad is the Alaska State Director …

Stocks sold off today, due in part to disappointing earnings reports, profit-taking after an extended run, and confusion over how to interpret the Federal Reserve’s statement yesterday in the wake of improving economic data. The Dow fell 317 points, with … Continue reading

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The differences between high school and college classes We all know going off to college means more freedom and choice outside of the classroom, but we don’t always know — or think about — how different things are inside the … Continue reading

I was recently serving on a panel and someone asked me, “How do you manage getting through stressful situations?”  I was asked this in the context of running my business and being a leader; however, I think it could apply … Continue reading