Category : Florida

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

Here’s What Gen Xers Have Saved for Retirement

Maurie Backman (TMFBookNerd) | Source, The Motley Fool We hear a lot about how Americans are unprepared for retirement, and it seems like members of Generation X — workers in their late 30s to early 50s — are no exception. The median retirement s...

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

Planning a Yearly Budget: Creating a Yearly Budget

By Jean Folger | Investopedia There are a number of ways to approach creating a yearly budget. Some may prefer to add up all income for the year and all expenses for the year, and divide each category by 12 to come up with a monthly average. Othe...

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

7 Foods to Eat on a Heart-Healthy Diet

By Sally Wadyka | Consumer Reports Eating a heart-healthy diet throughout your life can go a long way toward keeping you in top shape as you age. “In fact, heart disease is largely preventable,” says Walter Willett, M.D., professor of epidemiology...

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

5 Reasons to Hold Off on Buying a Home Now

By Devon Thorsby | US News and World Report, Real Estate You’ve been saving up for a while now, and this is supposed to be the year you stop renting and finally become a homeowner. It’s a big step, but all your efforts have led to the big moment w...

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

Endorphins: Effects and how to increase levels

Reviewed by Alana Biggers, MD, MPH | Medical News Today Endorphins are chemicals produced naturally by the nervous system to cope with pain or stress. They are often called “feel-good” chemicals because they can act as a pain reliever and happine...

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

Sweet Ways to Welcome Warmer Days

(Family Features) Warmer, longer days are made for quality time with friends and family. There’s no better way to cap off an afternoon in the sun than a good meal followed by a great dessert. Plan to end your next gathering on a sweet note with the...

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

Pink Goes Red for Stroke & Heart Disease

Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. in partnership with Alpha Clay Pearls, Inc. held their annual “Pink Goes Red for Stroke and Heart Disease Awareness,” event at the orange park mall. Geld free of charge to expand community awareness, activities included a...

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

GenWORKS Beautifies Home Society

The Generation WORKS volunteer “Dedicated Day of Service” led by women and girls took place last weekend at the The Children’s Home Society of Florida.  Volunteers wired, welded, washed and worked their magic to transform the grounds for parentless...

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

Retired Teachers Tribute Black History

In commemoration of Black History Month, the Cultural Affairs Committee of the Duval County Retired Educators Association presented their 12th annual black history month program entitled: “Capturing Our Past, Preserving our Future.” Attendees enjoy...

Southeast / Florida - 9 months ago

African-American Read-In

Orlando Public LibrarySunday, February 11, 2 – 4 p.m. Celebrate African-American literature in poetry, story, and song, performed by local luminaries in conjunction with the 28th Annual National African-American Read-In. This event is free and...