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Spring break is right around the corner, and for many, the much needed break could not come any sooner. With the harsh winter weather of recent, a warm destination is probably more than welcome. If you don’t have your break … Continue reading
Hi Everyone. I hope you are all hanging in there as we are fast and furiously approaching the holidays. With this time of year being so hectic, I thought I would check in and share a tip on how to … Continue reading
Winter feels like it has gone on forever, I’m ready for a little break. Are you feeling the same way? It happens that Spring Break is right around the corner (technically it doesn’t exist in the corporate world). Still everybody… Continue reading
It feels like summer ended yesterday and yet we are fast approaching the end of October. This means Halloween is right around the corner. As an adult, I have come to love Halloween more now than when I was a… Continue reading
I’ve recently decided to forgo some savings and splurge on a trip later this fall. For me, a good recharge and mental break is worth splurging on. My brain is now on trip planning mode. After returning on my last… Continue reading
Summer is a time to recharge and explore. It provides a break to escape the strict school schedule and do things on your own time at your own pace. Maybe you’re working a job over the summer, too, but even… Continue reading
It was barely two months into the New Year when I had a big unexpected expense: car repairs. And I was just starting to catch up from the holidays, after the shopping sprees and travel expenses that come along with… Continue reading
Since January isn’t quite over yet, and we are all still on the subject of “new,” since it’s a new year, new semester (or term), new quarter (for those in the working world), it is an excellent time to make… Continue reading