From Scuba Diving and Pasta-Making Classes to Secret Pop-up Dinners, These San Diego Activities Are Sure to Jazz Up Your Summer Calendar Whether you’re a tourist looking for must-do vacation activities or a local on the hunt for something new to try, San Diego has countless hidden gems worth adding to your summer bucket list.… Read More
What to Know The unofficial start of summer is just around the corner, and with it comes an anticipated increase in travelers by plane and car. As temperatures rise, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is reminding summer drivers of some tips to keep travelers safe on the road and in the heat particularly if you are traveling by car to your vacation destination or decide to take on road trips.… Read More
Studies find exercise improves your mood, helps depression and eases anxiety For all the focus on looking and feeling fit, it would be easy to miss how much of a boon exercise is for mental health. Besides increasing muscle tone and endurance, cardio and strength training can, quite literally, change your mind.… Read More
19 easy, expert-endorsed ideas to help you care for your heart morning, noon and night Never underestimate the heart-healthy power of small changes. Saying yes to a bowl of juicy grapes instead of a handful of salt-and-vinegar chips, clicking “off” before another episode of your favorite binge TV series rolls, even letting in rays of early-morning sunshine primes your metabolism, your arteries and your heart for optimal performance, says noninvasive cardiologist Pelbreton Balfour, M.D.,… Read More
Climbing stairs lowers risk of death, according to new study People who want to improve their heart health — and maybe even live longer — should make a habit of taking the stairs, rather than the elevator or escalator, according to a new report from the United Kingdom.… Read More
D Business Owners Must Stay Ahead of Daily Events and Keep the End in Mind Building a business is kind of like being a parent. You start with an infant enterprise that needs constant attention and often deprives you of sleep, absorbs a big chunk of your savings, and pushes all of your hobbies to the back burner.… Read More
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (Secure) Act of 2019 upended the withdrawal and taxation rules for inherited individual retirement accounts for most non-spousal beneficiaries. Most dramatically, the Secure Act established a 10-year rule for withdrawing from inherited IRAs that eliminated the popular, but at times controversial, ability to “stretch” inherited IRAs for these beneficiaries.… Read More
The Federal Reserve has been in the headlines a lot lately as analysts try to figure out when policymakers will cut interest rates. Why does the Fed matter so much?Let’s discuss.(Not interested in a quick econ lesson? I’ve got you covered.… Read More
Curious how the 2024 election will affect the stock market?How are you feeling about this year’s elections?If the thought of it makes your heart beat faster––you’re not alone.Most United States residents across party lines experience major stress around presidential elections.1And recently, that stress has skyrocketed.In… Read More
Market Rollercoaster The S&P 500 broke the 5,000 level recently for the first time in history as investors embraced euphoria and rallied.1 And then tumbled as investors got jittery.2 Then yo-yo’d a bit more. What’s going on? Let’s talk about investor psychology.… Read More