Weekly Updates

28
May

Stop Caring for More Control

It’s extremely common for golfers, pro or amateur, to have a hole or holes that they routinely play poorly. You know the ones; they aren’t just adding bogeys to the scorecard. In fact, it’s closer to a total meltdown. Hitting drives into the weeds, skulling chips, leaving balls in the bunker, and finishing things off with a putting exhibition might

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28
May

Lock Down with a Stronger Password

  One of the best ways to secure your personal financial data, like your Social Security number and banking and credit card information, is to create a strong password. Simple and predictable passwords can be cracked by cybercriminals, and your identity can be stolen. Check out these tips to lock down your privacy: Create a passphrase that you can picture

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28
May

Quote Of The Week

“When obstacles arise, you change your direction to reach your goal; you do not change your decision to get there.”   – Zig Ziglar

28
May

Recipe Of The Week

“Ice Cream Truck” Ice Cream Sandwiches  Serves 12   Ingredients:   ½ gallon ice cream, any flavor you like and slightly softened 2⅔ cups (about 13⅓ oz.) all-purpose flour ⅔ cup, plus ¼ cup (about 3½ oz.), cocoa powder ¾ tsp. salt 1 cup (7 oz.) granulated sugar 1¼ cups (10 oz.) unsalted butter 2 egg yolks 2 tsp. vanilla

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28
May

Trade Tensions Linger

Weekly Update – May 28, 2019 The Week on Wall Street Stocks drifted lower last week as investors considered the possibility that the world’s two largest economies might take some time to resolve key trade issues.   The S&P 500 retreated 1.17%; the Nasdaq Composite, 2.29%; the Dow Jones Industrial Average, 0.69%. The concern over trade was felt elsewhere: the

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20
May

Save Paper, Print Less, Scan, and Store More

It’s no surprise: it’s a digital world. But are you truly “digital”? It is a definitely a paradigm shift to be “paperless,” but it’s a reality for many and a wonderful possibility for the rest. Instead of supplying paper, we need trees to produce oxygen and shade, provide habitats for animals, and reduce greenhouse gases. So, why not go digital

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20
May

Sweet Tips to Reduce Sugar Intake

Consuming excess sugar can pose all sorts of health problems, including weight gain, insulin resistance, diabetes, inflammation – the list goes on and on. If you’re eating a balanced diet, then food items with added sugar should be consumed sparingly because if you’re eating an adequate, well-balanced diet, you should be getting enough carbohydrates (including sugar) from your daily intake.

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20
May

Don’t Let Your Lie Angles Lie to You

If you haven’t checked the lie angle on your clubs, your golf game may be suffering. The lie angle is the angle of the shaft relative to the floor, when the bottom of the club is flat on the ground.   If you’re a taller player with an upright swing, a club with a steeper angle is for you. A

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20
May

Like, Hashtag, and Follow Tax Tips on Social Media

Social media is a great way to get tax tips and helpful news from the IRS. The agency uses a variety of social media platforms to share tips and information with taxpayers: YouTube: Get video tax tips in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language. Instagram: Follow the official IRS Instagram account @IRSNews for the latest tax scam information to help

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20
May

Recipe Of The Week

Red and White Roasted Potatoes Serves 8   Ingredients: 3 lbs. small, similar-sized red and white potatoes ¼ cup good olive oil (can use avocado or a vegetable oil) 1 to 2 tsp. pink Himalayan salt, to taste 1 to 2 tsp. freshly ground black pepper, to taste 2 to 4 Tbsp. garlic, minced (6 to 8 cloves) 2 Tbsp.

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