Category : Lifestyle

Changing Jobs? Know Your 401(k) Options

Workers are changing jobs more than ever. Today, the average person changes jobs 10-15 times during his or her career, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That means workers are often in a state of transition. Many people who…

0 Comments / 11 View / October 1, 2018

Leisure and Entertainment Options Abound in the Region

South-central Pennsylvania has a long history of leisure and entertainment options: • The York Fair, a 10-day event billed as “America’s First Fair,” began in 1765. • The State Museum of Pennsylvania, the official museum of the commonwealth, was established…

0 Comments / 17 View / September 1, 2018

Discover Your Wine Crush in Pennsylvania’s Wineries and Vineyards

Whether you’re a neophyte when it comes to wine tasting or an enthusiast with a well-honed palate, Pennsylvania wine country provides enough variety to keep everyone in high spirits. Even if wine descriptors such as crisp, fruit-forward, complex, or velvety…

0 Comments / 50 View / August 1, 2018

Women and Their Retirement Future

Many women have concerns about their financial futures. From gender-specific complications, to underfunded savings, to sometimes self-inflicted financial downfalls, women generally do not receive as much monthly income as men.1 Let’s try to answer some of the “why” questions. Why…

0 Comments / 52 View / July 1, 2018

Crowd-Pleasing Summer Entertaining

If you’re hosting a backyard barbecue, game night or TV show marathon with friends this summer, it’s helpful to have a plan in mind before diving in. Consider these tips and recipes featuring Mrs. T’s Pierogies that can help make…

0 Comments / 31 View / July 1, 2018

When it Comes to Firearms, Safety is Essential

“There’s a misperception in our industry that in order to be safe, you can’t have fun, but I don’t think they’re mutually exclusive.” Tracy Fornwalt, co-owner with Nate Morrison of Morr Indoor Range in Willow Street, focused primarily on the…

0 Comments / 51 View / May 31, 2018

Service Animals in the Workplace: What’s Required, What’s Not?

Office pets have become more common in the workplace. But where do service animals fit in? These are defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act as “any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the…

0 Comments / 102 View / May 31, 2018

A Cultural and Educational Retreat Vacation

Chautauqua (“shi-TAW-kwa”) Institution is a rejuvenating retreat where its visitors treat summer as a verb. The experience is a hybrid of a college campus, a summer camp, a church revival, and a bygone era resort like Kellerman’s (a la Dirty…

0 Comments / 79 View / May 1, 2018

A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned: Help Your Child Develop Good Saving Habits for Future Financial Stability

A 2013 review by Nellie Mae, a federal student loan program, found the average credit card balance carried by college students was $499, with 22 percent of students carrying between $500 and $4,000. As Nellie Mae points out, credit card…

0 Comments / 39 View / March 30, 2018

Shop, Sample, and Share the Fun at the Women’s Expo

Ladies, mark your calendar now and join us for the Lancaster County Women’s Expo. It’s going to be fun and relaxing for women of all ages! And we’ll be giving away $1,500 in gift cards to Blossom Med Spa, our…

0 Comments / 50 View / March 30, 2018