Seasonal changes in temperature during Fall and Winter can affect millions of Americans with seasonal depression. Also known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), or the “winter blues,” nearly 5 percent of the Americans experience it, and four out of five people who have seasonal depression are women, according to Mental Health America. This Fall it’s important to recognize the signs.
Now that it’s Fall and the temperatures are beginning to grow colder, consider making some energy-saving moves to help lower your bills. Just a few adjustments can save you money in October and in the Winter months when the temperatures really drop. Here are a few tips
Halloween is a billion-dollar industry. Americans will spend over $3 billion dollars on costumes, over $2 billion on candy, $2 billion on decorations and almost $400 million on greeting cards this year, according to the National Retail Federation’s annual survey conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics. Halloween also happens to kick off all the big, end of the year shopping season. Needless to say, chances are good that you may be looking for a few money-saving tips for All Hallows Eve. Here are some suggestions
To keep your budget on track this Autumn you’ll have to navigate back-to-school shopping, costs, Halloween expenses and early holiday buying. All that means you could be in the hole financially by early November if you aren’t careful. Here are a few ways to enjoy the Fall and still keep your finances in check.