Do you have elderly parents?
Are they of the age where falls are occurring, or trips to the ER are becoming sort of frequent? Has their mental capacity diminished?
For many of us, these are the realities we face. It brings imperative scenarios we must think through, especially during this challenging time.
We hear a lot of talk about minimalism. So what is it exactly? I personally am not a huge proponent of “labels”, but when referring to a minimalist lifestyle, this “label” helps me understand certain characteristics and lifestyle choices a person makes.
As 2020 approaches, many of us will be contemplating goals. What we want to achieve, what life changes we want to put in place or what habits we want to get rid of. And most of us will make pretty good progress until other things, and life, get in the way. This usually happens around February 1st.
Getting distracted and even derailed from these goals isn’t uncommon. Less than 10% of us actually make good on our New Years resolutions. The good news is there are easy ways to improve your success. Implementing these can help you stay on track and achieve success with your goals.
Are you doing enough to deter hackers from gaining access to your devices and information?
One of the best ways to protect your information is to use strong passwords. According to statistics, more than 90% of passwords are vulnerable to password hacking. And over 50% of us reuse our passwords across many accounts.
Here are some things you SHOULDN’T do when it comes to passwords;