Think back to those early days in life when it seemed like everything in the candy aisle was free if you begged your parents hard enough. Not a fleeting thought was given to the expenses of a vacation or the copay costs at the doctor. There’s something beautifully unburdened in the way children experience the world: recklessly present and innocently ambivalent.
2016 is over, and we are in a new year. With a new year come new resolutions. But let’s be honest. How many people actually stick with their resolutions? We did a little digging, and according to a 2015 study by the University of Scranton study, 45% of people set a New Year’s goal for their lives, such as losing weight or saving money.