Let's be honest:
It's OK if you're still unsure about the gym during the pandemic.
The gyms are starting to re-open following a total closure due to COVID-19 and, while eager gym-goers are once again working up a sweat in their home away from home, some of us still aren’t quite there yet.
Having been told of the dangers of coming into close proximity with others outside of our households and support bubbles, the idea of getting hot and sweaty in the gym isn’t exactly appealing to a good number of people.Read more
The coronavirus pandemic taught us a valuable lesson:
You need to expect the unexpected--especially when it comes to your money.
In fact, it may not surprise you to know that 50% of Americans would experience financial trouble if they had to cover an emergency expense of $1,000 or more. That's according to a Charles Schwab Financial Literacy survey.
Pandemic and emergency expenses aside, money management is a real problem for us Americans. So, what do we do? Below, we have a few key tips you will want to make note of as you resurrect your financial literacy and outlook.Read more
After months of lockdowns, reopening has come as a relief for businesses, at least from the financial perspective. It is a chance to be back on your feet but there are more challenges than you can imagine when it comes to being back to work in the new normal. Things aren’t that great on the operational fronts because you will need to implement stringent guidelines to ensure the safety and well-being of the employees, customers, and visitors.
Moreover, businesses face potential liability related to exposure to the virus as employees, customers, vendors, and other parties enter their premises. Unfortunately, this risk of liability is unavoidable until the pandemic goes away. So it becomes important for business owners to be aware of the potential claims and have a strategy to deal with them. Here are the ones you need to steer clear of.Read more
Water is one of the healthiest drinks, but it can be boring. Instead of grabbing a can of soda, though, why don't you try these flavored recipes?
Not only are they thirst-quenching and delicious, but they're amazing for your health.Read more
Isle of Palms is a small town on the barrier island of the same name, around 15 miles from downtown Charleston. For generations, the beautiful beaches of the island attract thousands of locals and visitors from other areas. Nature, serenity, and beach fun with lots of possible activities are the best recommendation for visiting the Isle of Palms.Read more
The current health crisis has hit several industries hard. Health and fitness businesses, in particular, continue to face the challenge of retaining clients while adhering to lockdown protocols. Even though some cities have started allowing certain businesses to open their doors again, there is no guarantee for this change's permanence. As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, there is a possibility that another lockdown will be implemented, which will threaten recently opened businesses. Preparing for this scenario is essential to developing a business continuity plan that works for your organization.Read more
A few short months ago, the idea of an unstoppable global pandemic taking millions of lives was something reserved for action movies and sci-fi films. Today, however, it’s a horrifying reality. As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, its physical, emotional, and practical effects are being felt by billions of people.
But coronavirus isn’t just taking the lives or health of millions of people; it’s taking their wealth too. As industries grind to a halt and economies nosedive, the financial implications of COVID-19 are undoubtedly far-reaching. In fact, it could take generations before economies bounce back, So, what has coronavirus really taught us about finances?Read more
While the COVID-19 pandemic indeed caused tons of troubles worldwide, there are things we ought to learn from the current crisis. The pandemic serves as a painful financial eye-opener for most people. The following are just 3 money lessons from COVID-19 we need to remember.Read more
Suffering with a health care emergency after losing your job?
The current global pandemic is a crisis that has hit the world's health care system and its economies. Millions of people have had to stop working due to the fact that coronavirus is so contagious. While staying home is an effective way to slow the spread of the virus, it will leave many people without jobs.
Most people in the nation have their health insurance through work, leaving them scrambling for coverage during the epidemic. Here are some ways to manage the costs of a health emergency after losing your job.Read more
Healthy living is one of the best decisions you can make for every aspect of your life, including your finances. Health is wealth and, indeed, life. But exercising can be one of the most difficult habits to start and maintain, especially if you are a beginner. It is even more difficult for a learner without the assistance of a trainer. So, in this article, we will take a look at some simple fitness tips for beginners.Read more