How to Successfully Set Financial Goals

Financial goals are different than financial dreams. While dreams are something you someday hope to achieve, goals are something you have carefully planned for. Setting goals allows you to take charge of your money, assess you current financial situation, and figure out what steps you need to take in order to slowly improve your finances over time. There are three things you need to do in order to successfully set financial goals.

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How to React in Case of an Earthquake

Earthquakes can be extremely scary, and knowing how to react in case one occurs may actually save your life. You will have to assess your situation quickly, as you will likely only have a couple of seconds to take action. The general advice is not to panic, seek shelter, and wait until the earthquake passes to contact your loved ones and make sure that they are all right.

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How to Help Someone Who Is Having a Panic Attack

Witnessing someone having a panic attack can be pretty alarming. You want to help them out, but you may feel helpless and have no idea what to say in this type of situation. Not to worry – calming someone who is suffering from extreme anxiety can be a bit tricky, but as long as you act in a reassuring manner you have a better chance of guiding them to recovery. Continue reading

How Can I Improve My Posture?

If you usually spend your entire day at a desk, it’s likely that your posture will suffer over time. And that’s a shame, as posture can have a major impact on how we live and how we feel every day. Faulty posture can lead to back pain and neck pain, which are both unpleasant, to say the least. Luckily, there are a few things you can do if you are looking to get better posture.

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Four smartphone apps that can help you lose weight

Keeping track of your workouts and meals increases your chances of reaching your weight loss goals. The same goes for knowing exactly what ingredients were used to make your favorite processed foods. Luckily, since now there’s an app for almost everything, these practices has never been easier.

MyFitnessPal

This app is the fastest and easiest to use calorie counter for your smartphone. It has a large food database and it allows you to track your meals and exercises at the same time. The app also asks for your weight, height, and target weight in order to give recommendations and tips on what you can do to make sure you are on the right track to reaching your goal.

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