#TrendingNow – August 2017

As the economy improves and mortgage rates are still low, some people may be considering purchasing an investment home to supplement their income and real estate portfolio.  While it is a great time to buy, becoming a landlord is a huge investment.  Before you jump into this purchase, take some time to think about the … Continue reading #TrendingNow – August 2017

Think Like an Identity Thief

Identity theft seems like a modern term, but today’s hackers did not invent the idea.  Historians can date what we refer to as identity theft all the way back to 3,500 B.C.E. in ancient Mesopotamia.  Thieves would steal cylinder seals used to show ownership of property and identification, then use them as their own1.  So, … Continue reading Think Like an Identity Thief

What’s your Legal Wellness Score?

What’s your Legal Wellness Score? Legal matters may not be a part of your overall wellness routine, but when something pops up, it can completely derail all of your healthy choices by increasing stress and negatively impacting your finances and free time. Answer the following questions and get your Legal Wellness Score.  Give yourself a … Continue reading What’s your Legal Wellness Score?

Featured Service – Insurance Matters

Insurance Matters Insurance plans are supposed to assist you in your goal to wellness.  If you are ever denied the insurance benefits promised by your provider, reach out to your Legal Resources Plan Law Firm for a review of your plan.  They will give you the advice you need and even represent you in court … Continue reading Featured Service – Insurance Matters

Tip of the Month – July 2017

Keep your identity safe when tracking your health and wellness! Activity trackers and their accounts hold a lot of personal information you may not even think about on a daily basis.  It’s more than just calories in and steps – your tracker contains your age, weight, gender, height, and maybe even your birthday!  You also … Continue reading Tip of the Month – July 2017

Something Different – July 2017

oday, we define “wellness”, as coined by Dunn, in the same manner as the 1948 constitution of the WHO, “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity,” but the National Wellness Institute takes it further to add “a conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving full potential”².