Holiday season is a great, yet expensive time. All the decorations, parties, cards, cookie baking and gifts for everyone on your list add up. Studies have found that almost 80 percent of Americans overspend on holiday purchases. Here are three tips to help keep holiday spending on track: Create a Budget for Holiday Spending Creating

Holiday Fire Safety: Fireplaces, Candles and Cooking

Your holiday “Must Dos” probably include buying gifts, preparing for family and creating a menu for holiday festivities. But when you’re getting ready for company and enjoying the season, it’s also important to make sure you’re keeping your loved ones – and yourself – safe from accidents. One thing that should be high on your priority list

Adopt-A-Family for the Holidays

The holidays are here and with it bring the promise of a beautifully decorated house with a pile of brightly wrapped presents tucked under the tree brimming with ornaments. But not everyone is as fortunate. And to help those in need, or those who have suffered a financial hardship, and can’t afford to enjoy a

Get your diet back on track after Thanksgiving

In case you overlooked your best intentions and overindulged on Thanksgiving, don’t panic. While you may have enjoyed seconds or thirds of those creamy mashed potatoes and that velvety pumpkin pie, the truth is that some strategies can help you undo the damage and get back on track fast. Here are some easy steps to

Have a Happy & Safe Thanksgiving

Have you ever walked into a store the day after Halloween and felt like you flash-forwarded through time to mid-December? Ghost and skeleton decorations are instantly replaced with red and green ribbons and bows, candy canes and lights. Only days into November, Christmas commercials start airing on TV and some radio stations convert to all