I have had the pleasure of meeting several superstar athletes since becoming a journalist.
Each had their stories to tell — some good, some bad and some down right interesting — but the athletes I remember most, ironically, were when I was much younger.
The honor bestowed to me on the first professional athlete I met was Keyuo Craver.
Don’t remember him? That’s alright. Even the most diehard New Orleans Saints fans probably don’t either.
Question: I blew it again and have overspent on Christmas. I keep telling myself I will not do this again, but I keep doing it. What can I do? I am really bummed.
Answer: I appreciate the fact that you feel badly about overspending. But remorse is a poor substitute for responsibility. Unless you do something substantive to change your habits, you are very likely to do the same thing again next year. And again, you’ll feel badly about what you did — and owe just a bit more on your credit cards than you did this year.
Investors need to consider many factors in the process of choosing investments. One at the top of the list is an investment’s tax cost. In fact, for some individuals, this issue may be among the more influential factors when selecting investments.
In recent weeks, ESPN has been airing the must-see documentary called “The Book of Manning.”
Of the many well-done programs included in the “30-for-30” series, this may the best.
It chronicles the life and times of football’s first family, which is fitting, given the success of one of its members during this NFL season.
Peyton Manning has had a record-breaking, memorable season, one that has resulted in new standards of excellence for most passing yards and touchdown passes.