Processed food is often cheap, microwavable, and pretty tasty. With all of these benefits, why shouldn't you save some money at the grocery store and buy all that food in middle of the store – as opposed to the veggies, fruits, and lean meats on the inside edges?
I remember when I was working part-time and going to college. I was, well, busy. In fact, I was so busy, that I didn't really take time chart the course of my life. There just wasn't any time for that – I was too busy living life. Do you ever feel that way? Like you don't have enough time to plan? Like you don't have enough time to dream? What's one to do?
Meal planning and great recipes help make family meals what they should be; a time to eat together and talk about each other's day. These three recipes are not only crowd-pleasers but a jump-start to your go-to recipe collection.
You give 10% of your income to your church and to the needy. You also save 20% of your pay for retirement, investments and for a rainy day. Is there anything wrong with that arrangement?
We've all seen science fiction movies or TV shows that promise that one day we'll be able to drink pure nutrition – without eating any food. Well, that day just might have arrived. The Soylent Corporation has invented a new drink that implies you'll never have to worry about food again.
Few of us are completely okay with job interviews. There’s the fact that we are facing judgment of sorts – either we will be hired or we won’t. We’re also voluntarily subjecting ourselves to grilling by strangers. And then of course, there’s always the unknown – there’s just no way of knowing exactly how it will turn out.
A couple hundred years ago, Benjamin Franklin's advice to young tradesmen was "time is money." Are his words still relevant today? How true are they and how should we heed this advice as Christians?
It often seems that gold only gathers national attention when it’s either setting a new record price, or going through a freefall. In recent weeks we’ve witnessed the freefall, and the media frenzy that accompanied it.
Let’s say that you want to retire 10 years from today – no matter what your age – is that even possible? It is, but you’ll have to rearrange your life in ways that most people are not willing to do.