Annuities, annuities, annuities. I can’t stop hearing about them, but I don’t know a lot about them. What is an annuity? Some of you might be wondering what an annuity is and you might be confused whenever someone says the term. How will it benefit me also? Well no more fearing because today I will be talking about annuities and how they might be able to help you in your retirement…. Read more
Archives for April 2013
After 2 years of being out of high school, I have finally decided what I want to do with my life. I will be starting my associate’s degree in the summer of 2013, and getting as many credits possible at my local community college that will transfer over to the university I want to go to.
The hardest thing to do when trying to get healthy is to stay the course. Diets get boring quickly, and it’s hard to keep up the exercise when you aren’t seeing immediate results. Yet you must remember that getting healthy won’t happen overnight and to succeed you have to stay the course. The results will soon follow.
There’s a great number of websites out there that can help you get started on your quest for good health. The NHS website offers fantastic, professional help that’s easy to understand. They explain what you need to do and explain how it will help. They even have a great many tips on how to remain motivated.
I have a lot of clothes in my closet, just like my sister. What can I say?! I love clothes! However, lately, I have been thinking about my budget a lot lately and have been thinking a lot about all of the things that I need to buy now and in the near future. I have fitness certifications to pay for, college in the summer to pay for, I’m working on finishing off my car loan (less than $500 left!), rent, phone bill, gas, and so on.
I want a credit card. Yes, I just said that! I’ve been on the hunt for one, and I’ve even applied for some, but I’ve gotten denied. I have no credit (I’m 19, my car loan isn’t in my name, and I have no other credit cards), so it is hard for me to find a card to get approved for.
Some of you may not know, but I am half Korean. My mom is South Korean and my dad was white. My mom lived in Seoul, Korea for a large portion of her life. She speaks fluent Korean of course and I was raised on all different kinds of Korean dishes. When I was living in Chicago I was also surrounded by so many different cultures and eating so many different dishes. That’s one of the many things I miss about Chicago…. Read more
There can be times when you have absolutely nothing to do. Or maybe there is plenty to do, but you decide to munch on food instead. Here I will list 25 activities that you can do instead of running back and forth from the kitchen treating your stomach like a wastebasket…. Read more