The coronavirus pandemic has given us a lot of reasons to be stressed these days. The psychology of stress can affect your approach to finances, investments, and retirement planning. Keep in mind how learning to deal with it can not only help your overall well-being but your financial strategy as well.
And while you may not be able to take a ‘normal’ vacation, one of the best things we can do for ourselves is investing in our physical and mental health. Through all the tips and tricks out there, find what works for you. Don’t be afraid to try new ways to take a break from the stress that will leave you feeling refreshed and revitalized.
Here are some articles I found insightful. Please feel free to share them with your network.
IRS Makes It Easier To Make Retirement Account Withdrawals—But That Doesn’t Mean You Should
June 23, 2020
The intent behind the law is a good one, however, it may not be a good idea to take a…
Coronavirus Doesn't Mean You Can't Take a Vacation. Here's How to Travel Safely This Summer.
June 20, 2020
More than ever, we need a vacation. For retirees and near-retirees who are older than 60 and more…
Time Management Is About More Than Life Hacks
June 19, 2020
Project creep, slipping deadlines, and a to-do list that seems to get longer each day — these experiences are all too common in both life and work…
July 15 Is the Last Day to File Taxes. Use This Formula to Make the Most of Your 2020 Refund
June 18, 2020
Though it may feel like your attention is being pulled in a million directions, you can’t…