61SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details There are just under two weeks left in 2018, so it’s time to think about the future. When it comes to finances, what would you like to do differently next year? When looking at your money and the way you spend it, what needs to change? Here are a few things you should remove from your budget next year, according to the folks over at NerdWallet…Unnecessary daily expenses: We all like coffee every day. But do you really need Starbucks every morning? It’s expensive and it’s not that good (don’t @ me bros). If you spend 4 bucks on coffee each morning on your way to work, you’ll end up spending well over $1,000 at the end of the year. Here’s an idea: Stock up coffee to brew at home and use the price difference to beef up your emergency fund.Phone apps: The vast majority of apps on my phone are free apps, so this one doesn’t really hit home to me. But for a lot of people, spending 99 cents here and there doesn’t seem like a big deal. If you’re one of those people who spends a lot of time on your smartphone throughout the day (and you’re probably more aware of that time these days thanks to Apple’s new obsession with telling us about our daily/weekly screen time) then it might be time to think about which apps are costing you money (whether it’s upfront or from in-app purchases).Spending with coupons: You’re probably thinking, “this sounds like saving money!” While coupons can be helpful tools, they’re only helpful if the coupon is something you were already planning on buying. Don’t be swayed by a deal or discount if it’s not something you need. Buying things you want (and don’t need) is an easy way to throw money away. Only make smart or necessary purchases, and use coupons to make those buys even better.
Broward resident Baltazar Jimeno got a nasty surprise Sunday morning when he lifted the toilet seat at his Coral Springs apartment and was attacked by a ball puthon that ‘rose up and bit him’ on the arm.The snake, which measured 4 feet long, did not belong to the 52 year old Jimeno and it’s unclear how it ended up in his toilet though police suspect it may have come up through the building’s plumbing.Ball pythons are not venomous and can grow up to 6 feet long.Jimeno was treated by paramedics for the snake bite.The snake was taken by Coral Springs animal control and is being treated by a local veterinarian for an unrelated illness.
Suman Ray Written By 9 months ago PMCO Fall Split 2019 prelims countdown begins, all eyes on Team India, keep the cheer on 9 months ago Sanju Samson dropped from India squad; Rajasthan Royals take cheeky dig at BCCI LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US India’s Rifle and Pistol Shooting squad finished their engagements at the ISSF World Cup Final Rifle/Pistol on a high, with their athletes being part of both the teams that won both the President’s Trophies for the 10m Air Pistol and Air Rifle Mixed Team competitions.READ: Vijender takes on Charles in Pro Boxing “fight night”Young Manu Bhaker shines once againOn the concluding day on Friday in Putian, China, Manu Bhaker first paired with world number one Russian Artem Chernousov to get the better of the pair of India’s Saurabh Chaudhary and Olympic champion Anna Korakaki 17-13 in the final. It was then the turn of Divyansh Singh Panwar to team up with Croatian legend Snjezana Pejcic, to win the trophy in the 10m Air Rifle Mixed team competition. Divyansh and Snjezana prevailed 16-14 over India’s Apurvi Chandela and D. Zhang. It got even better, when Shahzar Rizvi also won bronze in the 10m Air Pistol Mixed team competition. Both Manu and Divyansh had earlier won their individual 10m Air competitions as well to ensure that India topped the medals tally in Putian with a total of three gold medals.READ: Why did Andrew Luck retire? The real reason behind the quarterback’s NFL exit revealedREAD: DeAndre Hopkins continues lovely game tradition with blind mother, shares survival storyAn outstanding year for the Indian shootersThat mirrored India’s dominance throughout the year in ISSF Rifle and Pistol World Cup stages, wherein a first, India topped all four of them. The outstanding year for Indian shooting also ensured that three Indian shooters namely Saurabh Chaudhary in the Men’s 10m Air Pistol, Elavenil Valarivan in the Women’s 10m Air Rifle and Divyansh Singh Panwar in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle, finished on top of the 2019 ISSF rankings. The Mixed Team events were a new format with competitors from different countries and as such the medals were not counted in the final tally.READ: DeAndre Hopkins continues lovely game tradition with blind mother, shares survival storyREAD: UFC: Logan Paul is interested to fight in UFC; wants to face Conor McGregorREAD: DeAndre Hopkins continues lovely game tradition with blind mother, shares survival story First Published: 22nd November, 2019 20:02 IST COMMENT FOLLOW US 9 months ago Tahlia McGrath to lead Australia ‘A’ women’s team against India ‘A’ Last Updated: 22nd November, 2019 20:02 IST India Clinch ISSF President’s Trophies To Finish World Cup Final On A High India’s Rifle and Pistol Shooting squad finished their engagements at the ISSF World Cup Final Rifle/Pistol on a high after clinching ISSF President’s Trophies. WE RECOMMEND 9 months ago Shooting: A historic 3 gold in a day for India in World Cup final 9 months ago India Vs Bangladesh LIVE Updates: India win historical Test by an innings and 46 runs