Archive | May, 2020


COVID-19 scams targeting college students

Hey college students: even though you’re likely far from campus, scammers are still trying to find you. Maybe you or your friends have gotten an email claiming to be from the “Financial Department” of your university. The email tells you… (Continue Reading)


Distance yourself from eye strain

Many of us are no strangers to staring at screens for hours on end at work. Having your work space be at home may only be increasing this amount of time—after all, it’s harder to get away and, with COVID-19,… (Continue Reading)


Credit reports are now free, every week

If you’re feeling anxious about your financial health during these uncertain times, you’re not alone. That’s why the three national credit reporting agencies are giving people weekly access to monitor their credit report — for free. This is some helpful… (Continue Reading)


Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Month

Recognizing the history, culture, and contributions of underrepresented ethnic groups and their roles in enriching American history is the primary goal of heritage and history month celebrations. May’s celebration focuses on Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage—one of the fastest… (Continue Reading)


COVID-19 puts spotlight on mental health

People are anxious about the unknown and COVID-19 presents many unknowns. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and there is no better time to talk about our mental health than during a pandemic. The isolation, stress, and exhaustion the pandemic… (Continue Reading)


Mother’s Day 2020 gift ideas

There’s little doubt that Mother’s Day 2020 will be the strangest one in years. Unfortunately, some families will be separated by social distancing, so here are some ideas to celebrate virtually and give a gift to show you care. Gold… (Continue Reading)