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Prevent Holiday Overspending with 7 Tips (& Downloads) That Work

Think you can’t get through the holidays without spending a fortune? Think again! Christmas budgeting can help keep holiday stress at bay this season and we’ve made it easy with downloadable resources and valuable shopping tips. Before you get wrapped up in holiday spending, check these off your list. 1. Set Your Budget Set a realistic budget that’s not so constrained that you’ll ignore it, but not so loose that you’ll get yourself into trouble. Use a budgeting app like Mint to figure out where you can cut some spending to put towards the holidays. Download our holiday budget template here. 2. Make your List and Check it Twice Experts agree that it helps to write down a list of all the people for whom you plan to shop before you hit the stores or get cozy at the computer. Next to each name, write down what you want to buy for that person and how much you want to spend. This will give you a clear idea of the numbers involved how many gifts you need to purchase. …

Wake Up to the Signs of Senior Substance Abuse by Sally Phillips

Substance abuse is often thought of as an issue affecting the young, yet statistics show that around 17 percent of seniors in the U.S. misuse alcohol and prescription drugs and that this percentage is set to double by 2020, largely because of the increase in the number of older adults. In this post, we look into the causes and signs of senior substance abuse, suggesting ways to address it.

Bountiful Lawmaker Hopes to Expand Birth Control Access for Low-income Moms – Standard.net

***Article originally seen on standard.net. One Davis County lawmaker is spearheading legislation to make contraceptives more accessible to low-income women, a move that could reduce the number of unintended pregnancies and also lower Utah’s intergenerational poverty rates.

2 O’clock Slump – Try These Office Stretches!

When you think of “work-related health problems” does your mind immediately go to a warehouse or a construction site? Think again. The overwhelming majority of American workers spend over 8 hours each day sitting at a desk. And while desks are great for attracting clutter and displaying pictures of the kids, they’re not the ideal work environment for your health or your body.

Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen, and Benadryl Charts for Kids (Instant Download)

Disclaimer: These over-the-counter medication charts are not substitutes for professional medical advice. They are provided for educational purposes only. With cold and flu season creeping in, it’s a great idea to have over-the-counter medication references on-hand—just in case. For your convenience, we’ve included three downloadable charts for Tylenol, Advil, and Benadryl dosage for children. These guides will give your child the right amount of medicine to help them feel better, faster.