“Thanksgiving Day is a good day to recommit our energies to giving thanks and just giving,” once said Amy Grant. With the holiday just a week away, preparations are in full swing, and one dish that takes center stage on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table is stuffing. From cornbread to seasoned, mushroom to andouille sausage, southwest style to cajun, the options seem endless. Today, I’m excited to share my fail-proof, mouthwatering Cranberry Stuffing recipe, a true family favorite that embodies the spirit of autumn with its vibrant colors and rich flavors. It’s time to indulge in the goodness of Thanksgiving!
As the seasons start to change and the holiday season approaches, it’s the perfect time for a financial check-up. Let’s reflect on how much we’ve accomplished this year and set the stage for financial success in the upcoming year with some year-end planning. If you haven’t scheduled a meeting with your advisors yet, now is the time to get your financial planning done. In fact, for our clients, this is one of the busiest and most important planning periods of the year.
Many of us set ambitious financial goals, but how often do we follow through with them? It’s time to take a page from the mentally strong and map out some to-dos to achieve our financial objectives as we head into the end of the year. Remember how important reaching financial independence is?
This post is in partnership with Reese’s Pinworm. How much do you know about pinworms? Pinworms are kind of an icky subject and not frequently discussed, but are without a doubt necessary to know about, especially if you have children heading off to school this year. So what are they anyway? Pinworms are contagious intestinal…