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If you’re in the mood to try something different in 2021, check out these new year’s resolution alternatives, instead!
Happy New Year! It’s officially 2021, and if you’re anything like me, your new year’s resolutions will probably start to disappear around mid-January. According to a poll from FranklinCovey and also a study from the Journal of Clinical Psychology, approximately one in three resolutions are forgotten before February. Luckily, since […]

New Year’s Resolution Alternatives for 2021


Sit back, grab a hot chocolate, and enjoy learning about the first of three favorite famous Christmas traditions, Santa Claus.
The holiday season is a time of faith and tradition, and while some holiday traditions are self-explanatory, others have a rich history rooted in legend. Sit back, grab a hot chocolate, and enjoy learning about the first of three favorite famous Christmas traditions, Santa Claus. The History of Santa Claus […]

The History of Santa Claus


Sit back, grab a hot chocolate, and enjoy learning about Christmas stockings, the second ritual in our series of favorite famous Christmas traditions.
The holiday season is a time of faith and tradition, and while some holiday traditions are self-explanatory, others have a rich history rooted in legend. Sit back, grab a hot chocolate, and enjoy learning about Christmas stockings, the second ritual in our series of favorite famous Christmas traditions. The History […]

The History of Christmas Stockings



Immunity passports could potentially lower COVID-19 restrictions and stimulate economies, but are they all that efficient or even ethical?
The current coronavirus pandemic has shaken the whole world, but several groups are fighting to bring back even a small taste of normality. One such group is working towards instituting COVID-19 immunity passports, which are electronic documents showing whether an individual has recently been infected, had contact with infected persons, […]

Will Immunity Passports Lower COVID-19 Risks?


Long-term care insurance helps protect an individual’s assets by providing extra financial coverage in case they ever need assistance in completing their daily activities.
In a report from 2017, AARP revealed that approximately half of Americans over age 64 will need long-term care of some sort within their lifetimes. Although both health insurance and Medicare provide coverage for some long-term care-related costs, there is often a large expense left for the beneficiary to cover. […]

Do I Need Long-Term Care Insurance?


In October, it was announced that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is partnering with Nokia Bell Labs to install a 4G/LTE network on the surface of the moon by the end of 2022.
Technology has improved exponentially in just a matter of years, as computers went from taking up an entire room to being small enough to fit in a back pocket. Now, 5G’s predecessor is headed to the final frontier just as Apple is releasing its first iPhone with 5G compatibility! In […]

NASA Partnering with Nokia to Put 4G/LTE on the Moon



Here, we have compiled a list of financial mistakes to avoid over age 40.
Finances are tough. It can be hard to know what to spend now and what to save for later, and even harder to discuss your financial future with your family. Though it is important to be smart with your money from an early age, it becomes increasingly important as you […]

Financial Mistakes to Avoid Over Age 40


As the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, Alzheimer’s is a scary reality for many; however, Hannover Re US is partnering with Neurotrack to help improve our nation's cognitive health.
Over 50 million seniors aged 65 or over in America, today. Approximately 5.8 million of these seniors suffer from Alzheimer’s dementia. As the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, Alzheimer’s is a scary reality for many; however,  one life insurance company is following the lead of Japanese […]

The Future of Cognitive Health in Life Insurance


doomscrolling
Doomscrolling is the act of constantly searching through social media and news website feeds looking for negative or saddening information. The act of doomscrolling has increased dramatically during the pandemic and it has likely contributed to the increase in feelings of depression symptoms. Reasons For Increased Doomscrolling There are several […]

Doomscrolling During The Pandemic



nomophobia
The feeling of anxiety associated with losing or forgetting their cell phones is mentioned often in popular culture, so much so that there’s now a word for the feeling: nomophobia. This term, coined around ten years ago, is used to describe the phenomenon of experiencing anxiety, distress, or discomfort from […]

Nomophobia: Anxiety Around Cellphones