Are you ready for the holidays? Well, you should be getting your finances in order because Christmas is less than 80 days away! Bill Wagner from Hiway Federal Credit Union
is here with ideas to save you money for the future!
You might be surprised to know that just because the tag on your garment says “Dry Clean Only” that may not actually be the case. Tes Olson from St. Croix Cleaners
has some guidelines when determining if – and how often – your item should be brought to the drycleaners.
For over a year, we have been showing you Minnesotan’s who have turned their ideas into some good companies. Sunrise Banks want to help you turn all those good ideas into a successful business. CEO David Reiling shares some pointers to keep in mind.
According to the New York Post, it’s the “summer of divorce.” Over twenty celebrity couples have filed for divorce so far this year. With the cheating website, Ashley Madison, getting hacked now there is a whole new element added to the mix. Legal analyst, Anne Tresser from Tressler Law
breaks down how that could affect you.
In spite of just signing a $3.6 million contract with the Detroit Lions, wide receiver Ryan Broyles has decided that his family will live on a $60,000 a year budget. He has no intention of following the path of many professional sports players who file bankruptcy.
It's easy to take a good back to school picture. All you need is a little creativity, and maybe a pencil or two.
When we think about saving money on back to school essentials, we often think often think of supplies and families with kids. Carrie Rocha, our Super Saver, is here to explain that back to school savings are much broader than pencils and crayons. They are valuable for families with with kids as well as those without!
The last couple of months have seen some pretty high profile splits in Hollywood. What do their breakups mean for you? Maybe more than you think. Legal analyst Ann Tressler, from Tressler Law
, breaks it down.
During these summer months, you’ll find yourself interacting with people more than usual. Now is the time for those summer barbeques and family gatherings. Some of the people you find yourself surrounded with might be a little difficult to deal with. Leadership & Life Coach Barb Churchill
Has three things you can do to make dealing with them a little easier.
When you have a little one, whenever you go someplace it usually means packing up a lot of things. If you are planning a day at the lake, there are some essentials you’ll want to be sure to bring along. Baby gear expert, Katie Blozis
, shows us some must-haves.
When going through an emotional time, such as a divorce, there are some do’s and don’ts on how you should behave says legal analyst, Anne Tressler.
Child milestones can tell you a lot about how your children are developing, but it can worry some parents. Dr. Ryan Dick from Entira Family Clinics
stopped by to explain the importance of some milestones and behaviors.
Kelli Hanson has some gifts that are unique and personal that your dad or grad will just gotta have!
With the end of the school year, it’s time to take a look at what can be done to keep the kids up to par over the summer. Before getting a tutor or summer help for the kids, there is an alternative that could be the answer you are looking for. It’s called Brain Training from LearningRx
Under normal circumstances, creating a budget and sticking to it can be difficult. Add to that a major life change like a divorce and it can be even harder. Legal Analyst, Anne Tressler from Tressler Law
, says there are three big things that people forget to put in their budgets.
Making money from a blog isn’t easy, but it’s not impossible. We’ve assembled a panel of successful bloggers who have quit their corporate jobs and made blogging their full time gig.
When it comes to selling items through direct sales or by starting a company, we asked three women who started their own businesses for advice.
When you are going through a divorce, one of the most stressful aspects of it is the finances. It can get confusing on what you need to do to get things in order. Legal analyst, Anne Tressler, from Tressler Law, says there are three things to do when becoming financially independent.
Leadership and Life Coach Barb Churchill
’s trick when getting organized is to think about the 3 C’s: Closets, Calendar, and Cash!
If you are heading to a warm weather destination, you need to know what to pack. Funjet Vacations
insider, Laura Schara, has advice on how to pack to maximize your fun!
If you are going through a divorce, you probably should give your social media habits some consideration. Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook are all things that are easily accessible and a part of many people’s daily lives. Legal analyst, Anne Tressler from Tressler Law, says you need to be careful what you post.
The products you see in the commercials, make a lot of promises. They promise to make the job easier, save you time, and save you money. The big question is, “Do they work?” Emily put some of the kitchen gadgets out there to the test.
Love is the most important word in the English language and often the most confusing. We use the word love to describe how we are feeling about activities, objects, animals, and people. We even use it to explain behavior (such as, “I did it because I love him.”)
Setting parameters when it comes to social media can be tough. It’s easy to hide behind your Facebook page. Advice guru Carla Barnhill
gives us some advice on cleaning up your social media relationships and setting some guidelines.
There is no doubt that using coupons can save you money. Our Super Saver, Carrie Rocha from Pocket Your Dollars.com, explains how watching the calendar could save you even more money.
If you are like most mom’s, there just isn’t enough hours in the day to get things done. Twila Dang, host of Pop Life on myTalk107.1
and mom of three, says “mom-hacks” are the only way she can check things off her to-do list.
If you are planning a celebration party, you don’t need to stress about the preparations at home. Our local guy about town, Mike Marcotte, has found some restaurants around the Twin Cities where you can throw a party.
Using a slow cooker is one of the easiest way to get a hot dinner on the table. Slow cookers come in a wide range of prices – from $15 to a few hundred. So what’s the difference? Kelli Hanson puts three high end slow cookers to the test in her own kitchen.
The cold weather temperatures unquestionably cause damage and dryness to your skin and lips. Dermatologist Dr. Jaime Davis from Uptown Dermatology
shows us her drugstore solutions and a few at-home solutions to combat the dryness.
According to health officials, this flu season is shaping up to be the worst on record. Minnesota has seen nearly 600 people hospitalized already with the flu. Holistic Health Coach, Kelley Suggs, shows us ways to fight the flu with natural ingredients.