Monthly Archives: August 2017

David Giertz on social security in retirement planning

8/16/2017 Updates: David Giertz made some really good points on French Tribune, about how you can still spend money even when you’re retired. Let’s face it, everything has a cost, and a part of the fear with retirement is having to live a more frugal life as you don’t have that consistent income anymore. But […]

Waiakea Water’s Sustainability and Health Benefits

Approximately 650 million people did not have access to clean water in 2014. Concurrently, over 2.3 billion people do not have basic functional sanitation in place. Out of this number, 37% of the people hail from Sub-Saharan Africa, a number projected to increase in the next ten years. According to the water consumption figures, Malawi […]

Dr. Avi Weisfogel Successfully Treats Sleep Disorders

As it turns out, beauty sleep is a real thing, and those who don’t get enough sleep could be putting their appearance at risk. Sleep specialists warn about the perils associated with sleep deprivation. Those who get less than six hours of sleep per night have a much higher risk of adversely impacting their facial […]

Fabletics Demonstrates How To Thrive in the Changing Market

Fashion is one very interesting industry that is always changing. The only type of company that is going to thrive in this industry is one that is a game changer. Many other companies struggle. Some of them do not survive the changes that come. This is one of the reasons that it is important to […]

Adventuring Napa Valley Like A Vineyard Wine Guide

Everyone knows that Napa Valley is known for its beautiful scenery and wine vineyards. Wine lovers from around the world have heard about this fantastic Wine Country. Napa Valley land was made to harvest plentiful wine vineyards. Great news, checking out the wine vineyard is not the only option when they visit. Travelers can plan […]