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This week out of date inspecitions on Louisville elevators. Cause for concern or no big deal?
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http://www.msf-usa.org/ - Motorcycle Safety Foundation
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It’s a new year and a popular resolution for many is to improve their financial situation. “Now is a great time to take stock of your financial well-being” says Navy Federal Credit Union President and CEO Cutler Dawson. For three years now I’ve been endorsing Navy Federal Credit Union. I put my name behind Navy Federal because I’ve been a member for 15 years.
For nearly 80 years Navy Federal has been serving the military with programs and services tailored to the military lifestyle and not offered to those outside the armed forces. Some of those services include (but aren’t limited to) outstanding free checking accounts and interest rates on auto loans and mortgages. Last year we were a pre-approved for a 2.99% auto loan for our new SUV.
2013 is a good time to map out a smart money strategy that doesn’t involve unnecessary fees and expenses other banks charge their members. For example Navy Federal’s active duty checking account is free and members can earn dividends as well as receive up to $20 in free ATM rebates each month. I don’t know about you, but if I found a $20 bill on the ground at the end of each month, I sure wouldn’t pass it up.
If you (or a family member) is currently serving in the military (even you DoD Contractors) I encourage you to visit navyfederal.org and see for yourself.
Navy Federal is financially solid and federally insured by the NCUA.
So what exactly is driving climate change? Chris Field is the founding director of the Carnegie Institution's Department of Global Ecology, Professor of Biology and Environmental Earth System Science at Stanford University, and Faculty Director of Stanford's Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve. He joins Tony to talk about it.
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- It is often said that it is better to forgive and forget. But psychologists say actually getting angry can be the best way to solve relationship problems. James McNulty, associate professor at the University of Tennessee, found that forgiving may actually build up resentment. He said the 'short-term discomfort of an angry but honest conversation' can benefit the health of a relationship in the long term. 'I continued to find evidence that thoughts and behaviors presumed to be associated with better well-being lead to worse well-being among some people - usually the people who need the most help achieving well-being.' McNulty therefore set out to examine the potential costs of positive psychology. In a set of recent studies, he found that forgiveness in marriage can have some unintended negative effects. 'We all experience a time in a relationship in which a partner transgresses against us in some way,' he said. 'For example, a partner may be financially irresponsible, unfaithful, or unsup portive. Can fighting be good for a marriage? Instead of allowing resentment to build up, is it better just to have it out and then kiss and make up? With Tony & Cindi is relationship expert Jennifer Styers.
- School is back in session this week and next. The little things such as showing your child how to open a milk carton can go a LONG way to reducing those first day jitters. With Tony and Cindy this morning is Dr. Charles Pemberton.