Since I graduated from college in May 2010, there have been a number of times where I have been sick that I just had to suck it up and move on. I guess that is really one of the two options you have when you are sick.
Coughing, sneezing, sniffling and throwing up have all been symptoms I have experienced throughout the past year and a half, all without the help of a “medicine man” willing to offer me a solution for a nominal fee.
My first year at work in Natchez, I even got my first insurance plan for myself, and after one kidney stone and a trip to the emergency room later, I was glad I had it.
Question: I enjoy what I do and I may not ever want to retire. Yet everything I read about financial planning assumes I am going to retire one day. Other than retirement, what’s the point of financial planning?
Answer: There is a world of difference between “get to” and “got to.”
It has been a few years since we have had a winter like this year. Temperatures have been well below average for most of the “winter months” and wintery precipitation has been experienced several times over the winter. These conditions will have an effect on established landscape plants, to what extent is not certain. The extent of the effect may not be apparent until re-growth starts in the spring.