Another inspiring fact: more than 75% of Phenix City’s population is above poverty level. RedyMoney knows from our end, that this is something we are proud to hear, thus far for our efforts. Of course we are working to lower this number. What do you think you can do in this regard?
What a day to be alive!! As we wrap up our week to go off on a long weekend, RedyMoney puts in our two cents. Amidst all the plans and activities, we must stay close to the principles and the significance of the holidays; what it means for you and your families.
For the children, they must be looking forward to treats and being surrounded by family, going to church and all the usual activities. Do you have specific planned for your family? Any special meals to prepare? Whatever plans you have this weekend, ensure you chose the safest options and that you are using the most cost-effective measures when preparing for your activities.
In today’s tiny town feature, we introduce Union Grove. Located in Marshall County, Union Grove boasts a population estimate (2015) of 79, coming up from 77, at 2010’s estimate. Want to give your family a trip to one of the state’s tiniest towns?
Whatever your plans, we hope that your weekend provides a source of inspiration. Have a safe weekend family!!!
Welcome to the second week of April, and the second quarter of 2017. It is always easy to get distracted or exceedingly caught up in daily life, giving less thought to your long term plans and goals. It is always good to experience each day anew and seize all opportunities, however, you must balance living everyday with the alignment of your life goals.
For example, what financial goals did you set at the beginning of the year?Have you been able to make any contribution to these goals? Whatever goals you set in life, there are some realities, that it is best that they be accepted as soon as you encounter. For example, many may not be so fortunate to go through life without incurring debt. And mismanaged debts are also a reality of some Alabamians. Financial stress can contribute greatly to Depression(which was observed last Friday for World Health Day).
The reality is that everyday living can contribute to health problems in many different ways. Sometimes it becomes necessary that we borrow, but how does debt become burdensome?When we incur additional debt. Or if we lose our jobs. Or simply, borrowing would have been a poor decision for our expenditure in the beginning. Last Friday, RedyMoney encouraged all citizens to talk. And if you find that you are burdened by debts, you are again urged to talk to someone.
In a time such as now, RedyMoney encourages all citizens to take charge of their finances. Yes, not all factors citizens have control over; but we must control what it is within our power.
Have a blessed Monday and a productive week family!!!!
Today is World Health Day!! As important conversation continues around depression, let us not forget that devastating events also can give rise to depression. Anything traumatic can cause one to experience depression. RedyMoney’s prayers and condolences go out to all citizens who have been displaced by the weather this week. Even the threat of a weather can affect your mental health. Which is why preparation is important to ease some of that anxiety.
It is time to talk, as talking never hurts. Taking your overall health seriously is an investment, investment in healthier lives, financial stability and much more. You would have heard before that being caught in a financial rut indefinitely puts a strain on your finances; same goes for having health complications.
There is no straight answer for this two way dilemma, however, investing in your health whilst balancing your finances, can ultimately start through conversation. Stressed that you are not meeting your financial goals, as you had projected? Talk to a trusted friend, and someone who is a financially sound adviser. Join us as we raise awareness about talking about Depression!!
Endeavor also, to end your week on a productive note: celebrate the tasks you have accomplished and make a list of those tasks that were to be completed but did not get completed. Work on them first thing Monday morning.
RedyMoney wishes for all of Alabama a safe and reflective weekend. We also encourage to count even the smallest of blessings and focus on them. See you next week!!!
April and Alabama have one thing in common: they both begin with the letter ‘A’. RedyMoney is adding another ‘A’ word to the mix as we begin the second quarter. ‘Aspiration’. Appealing to the ambition of the Alabama people. The ambition of seeing our state flourish and our people thrive.
We start your weekend with this quote: “Make the best use of what is in your power and take the rest as it happens.” Thank you for this one Epictetus!!!
As we get ready to say goodbye to March 2017; we must ask ourselves: (1) How much of my projections did I achieve this month? (2). What prevented me from not achieving some of my goals for this month, and how can I prevent the same hurdles for next month? (3). What new knowledge did I gain this month? (4) Has anything happened this month that can improve my performance and outlook for the next month?
As we approach a new month, RedyMoney reminds you that we are remain your loan service provider to get you through any unplanned financial emergency that you may encounter. We continue to encourage that you use every day to grow and every pay check to make smart buying choices.
See you in April family!!! Have a blessed weekend!!!!
RedyMoney encourages all to continue to volunteer, donate and support Red Cross initiatives across the country, if they can.Red Cross, too, is aware of the threat in early Spring, of flooding and possibly severe weather.They ensured we are covered with some tips, fully endorsed by RedyMoney. Throughout the month, the Organization has been encouraging us all to unearth the inner heroes within all of us. And surely, for an organization whose workforce is 90% volunteers, this is beyond possible, to give willingly to a worthy cause. As we say goodbye to the month, let us not say goodbye to the cause.
We hope that you come from a restful but productive weekend.With all the talk about stormy weather in some parts of the state, it is so much more important for you to prepare. We hope you attended the ULE expo. If not, there are basic and effective ways to protect your family. For those sections of the state under threat; you are in our prayers. How do we balance, hoping that everyone stays says when nature takes its course??? We prepare and pray for the best!!!
As a proud business operating in Alabama, today we though to bring you inspirational quotes authored by some of the State’s very own, Fannie Flagg: “Being a successful person is not necessarily defined by what you have achieved, but moreso, but by what you have overcome.”
We are keeping it short this Monday, as our prayers remain with everyone of those in zones of storm threat. Peace and safety be with you RedyMoney family!!!
Despite the threat of sever weather in some sections of the state, RedyMoney welcomes you to another Friday. Just think, next week this time, we are saying good-bye to March, for good, for this year. #TimeFlies
Anybody plans to attend the Urban Living Expo this Saturday? To explore and be informed on the importance of being prepared for a natural disaster.Each family needs to have a plan of action and practice. How else would you be able to move swiftly if a disaster comes with little warning and little time to evacuate??? Go out and come back prepared to protect your families in the face of a disaster.
‘For Pete’s Sake’ is a 8 mile long trail in the Chewacla State Park, for cycling and hiking alike. What better time to bond with nature, than spring? Bond with nature this weekend.
It is a day and has been a week filled with all the good and not-so-good sporting news.We hope that all sport fanatics (basically all of Alabama), have been holding the fort, in the name of good sportsmanship!!! RedyMoney welcomes you to a mid-week, and we hope that you have made much desired progress so far.
In today’s tiniest town feature, we look at Blue Springs, in Barbour County. With an estimated population of 92 in 2015, this is a small decline from the estimated population of 96, in 2010 and 121 in 2000.Home to the Blue Springs State Park, featuring a spring pool and enough campground to go around. Just in time foe spring. Picnic anyone???