For more than 2,500 years, people have used meditation as a means of promoting mindfulness and focusing on the present. continue reading →
The weather can be fickle in the Northeast. We’ve had years when snow began piling up in October (remember 6.5 inches on October 4, 1987 in Albany, N.Y.?) to times when the idea of a white Christmas seemed like a distant dream (thanks, El Niño!).
When I worked in the local news business, I often heard about CDPHP® and its philanthropic efforts. Supporting local nonprofits has always been something near and dear to my heart. continue reading →
With the holiday shopping season heading down the homestretch, last-minute gift-givers are dashing out to their favorite retailers, hoping to find that perfect present. Their decision to step foot inside a Walmart or Target, Macy’s or Nordstrom, is often based on product pricing. continue reading →
One in five working Americans failed an employee benefits quiz, according to a recent study from the Guardian Life Insurance Company of America. Interestingly, 80 percent of those surveyed believed that they knew their benefits very well. continue reading →
Right now, you’re probably gearing up for the holidays, and you may even be starting to think about your New Year’s resolutions. But have you thought about your health flexible spending account (FSA)? Health FSAs are valuable, tax-saving tools that can be used to pay for medical and health-related expenses. continue reading →