Beans could be the answer to your diet nightmares

images (3)So you’re a healthy eating convert, and you want to start making sure all your meals are perfectly balanced. If you’re on a limited budget, though, you might have a problem. There’s a reason why most people get too much carbohydrate and fat and too little protein: most kinds of protein are expensive. Meat and cheese, two of the best sources of protein, are also two of the priciest ingredients you can buy. Continue reading →

5 Tips For Back To College Budgeting

Students using laptop in college corridor

Students using laptop in college corridor

Educating children about fiscal responsibility should begin well before the day they leave for college.  However, it’s during this exciting new phase of life that they will likely have the first real opportunity to put that fiscal education to work.  It’s critical that those children entering their college years have the skills necessary to budget and keep expenses in check.  As the next couple of months mark “back to college” season, it’s a great time to look at some ways that you can help your child learn how to create a budget- and stick with it! Continue reading →

Recorders

This is a great little recorder. It has mutable functions like voice activated recording, microphone recording, interview, lecture, meeting, and voce notes. You can put the recordings in different folders to keep everything organized. With out added micro SD card the preinstalled 4GB hard drive gives you 43h 55m of record time. If you need to you can add a Micro SD card for extra record time. But what puts this aside of the rest of the voice recorders is that you can connect this to your computer and transfer all the recorded files for later reference. This is a must for every student that is able to record there teachers lecture.You can check recorders at guitarcenter.com

When Should I Start Teaching My Children About The Value Of Money?

downloadRaising fiscally and socially responsible children today can be challenging.  From the moment that most children get their hands on an iPhone, they are asking for this $400 gadget.  It seems that long gone are the days when fun was free.  Additionally, there are many forces out there that are causing our children to grow up too quickly and teaching them things that we’d prefer they don’t know.  Continue reading →