Old Bay Insurance Agency Blog
Many people have been dreading midlife crisis because of the stories they hear about it. When you reach this age, it seems that everything in your life is going downhill. Is it menopause? You feel empty, or your emotions are full. You have recently been divorced, or your current relationship is going through a rocky time. You don't know the person staring at you in the mirror anymore. You are battling with weight gain or an illness.
These are usually the issues you face as you reach the middle age. But, not everyone who goes through this transition reacts the same way. They deal with the crisis in their life differently.
If you are an office worker, you will be sitting at your desk for at least eight hours a day. That will add up to 40 hours a week, of 160 hours a month. That's about a third of your time each weekday in your office. With all this time spent in the office, are you producing as you should? Repetition and distractions can derail your focus, here are some ways you can ensure a productive day in the office.
Following the excitement and joy that your new baby brings, you are probably thinking how expensive it is to care for a child. But, it is a simple fact in life. A new baby will affect your budget.
For many parents, they forget to control their spending, with the thinking that they only want the best for their baby. Sometimes, they redirect their money to make ends meet.
For the financial experts, here are some mistakes that you need to avoid as a new parent:
You want your car to be with you for a long time. You can achieve this if you perform auto maintenance on a regular basis. The owner's manual of your car, the dealer, and a service specialist can help you about the intervals needed during maintenance.
Here are some guidelines when doing your own car maintenance regarding intervals: