Tag: financial planning

MAY REWARDS

Look around outside and see the May rewards. These are the outcome of sowing earlier this spring are plentiful as you can see stunning flowers bloom. The rain from April and early May contributed to this growth, but it would never have happened if you didn’t plant the seeds and tend to them. Some of […]

CREATE YOUR OWN RAINBOWS

As the spring storms arrive, many skies display rainbows. In legends rainbows have a pot of gold at their end and thus represent good fortune. These multicolored, circular arcs, in the Old Testament, symbolized a promise after the flood that life on earth would never be destroyed by rising waters again. You can be sure […]

EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM

“The Early Bird Catches the Worm” is a proverb that dates back to the seventeenth century. This phrase is attributed to William Camden and was first published in 1670 in  A Collection of English proverbs. The quote refers to the fact that the person who arrives first and is prepared will find success. Early preparation […]

WEATHER UNPREDICTABLE

What makes weather unpredictable? The process is based on multiple data fed into supercomputers to arrive at forecasts. Although not always correct, current predictions are much improved over those of just 10 years ago. First predictions were published yearly in the Farmers Almanac. Those forecasts (which are still published today) use a secret formula that […]

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