Tennesse is kind of a hidden gem. It's not one of the most sought out vacation spots but it has so much to offer!Read More
On this episode of the Living Young & Free Show, all of the Young & Free Spokesters explain their favorite co-operative principle. Credit Unions are run by 7 co-operative principles, principles that set them apart from other financial institutions.Read More
These two characters, Tiffany and Wyatt (p.s. they JUST met) helped me create a funny video with imaginative ways to ask someone to a ball. Check them out and let me know if you've ever used something like this. P.P.S. $10 Tuesday.Read More
I spent a summer living in Oregon while in college. I actually lived in Oregon City with my Aunt and Uncle but commuted to Portland at least four times a week for my internship at the Oregon Zoo with the Marine Life Department (such an amazing experience).Read More
A couple of your fellow Spokester's are starting a series about quitting bad habits and making wise choices. I've decided to call my series Forget About It Friday or FAIF. Be on the lookout every Friday for another habit we should try to quit.Read More
In this It's a Money Thing video, Jen learns how the 7 co-operative principles shape the credit union member experience. Credit unions put their values into practice by following these guiding principles. This sets credit unions apart from all other financial institutions, strengthens the community and benefits you too!Read More
Are you looking to strengthen skills you already have or to learn new ones? Do you have a schedule that isn’t so flexible? Do you only want to take a class or two at a time? Are the classes only for personal gain or for a certificate? If so, I found some awesome options for you.Read More
ing in the New Year with actual “resolutions” you’ll keep.
- Make a plan and stick to it.
- It takes ~60 days to develop a habit.
- Have someone who will help keep you accountable.
- Resolutions made with friends/loved ones tend to work better than those made only by and for you.
In case you haven’t heard, compound interest is the best. You may remember it as an equation you had to memorize for math class, but it’s so much more than that. It’s the concept that powers all sorts of savings and investment products and, over time, allows you to turn your money into, well, more money!Read More