This newsletter is compliments of:

John Doe
Branch Manager
Phone: 555-555-5555


Thought of the Month
"Do not be very upright in your dealings for you would see by going to the forest that straight trees are cut down while crooked ones are left standing."
- Chanakya

Selling Your Home: How to Deal With the Competition

In the emerging buyer's market, selling your home means you have to consider competition from the other available home up the street. How can you make your own home stand out in a crowded market?... more

Family Camping

Get ready for an outdoor adventure with your family with these easy tips... more

Paying Off Debt is the Same as Saving Money

Yes, it's important to have an emergency fund saved up for unexpected expenses to prevent using unnecessary (and expensive) credit. And according to most personal finance experts, beyond the emergency fund, it's wise to put aside 10 to 15 percent of your income in a savings account... more

What You Need to Know About Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotics, also known as antimicrobial drugs, revolutionized medicine in the 20th century, curtailing extended illnesses and making diseases curable that had previously been lethal. Antibiotics are directly responsible for adding 20 years to the average lifespan. But today, antibiotic-resistant bacteria are on the rise, comprising a threat to public health... more

The Best Way to Recharge on Vacation

When you're sitting in a fluorescent-lit office, the idea of lying under the sun on a tropical beach seems perfect. But in practice, after a single day of staring at the ocean, boredom sets in, and brings with it job anxiety and a whole to-do list of impending deadlines and pressures... more

A Surprisingly Effective Way to Invest $20

Twenty bucks will get you lunch at Chipotle-including guac, extra meat, chips and queso-but it can also get you right into the stock market. While many trading accounts require $3000 minimum opening balances, it may surprise you to learn that you can invest super-cheaply in dividend reinvestment plans, known as DRIPs... more

Stop Throwing Away Cell Phone Batteries and Other Hazardous Waste Products

USA Today reported recently that tossed lithium-ion (LI) batteries, the industry-standard choice for cell phones and other rechargeable personal electronics, are responsible for 65 percent of the fires in waste facilities around the country. When LI batteries explode in these facilities, they can also ignite other discarded batteries, a cascading disaster scenario that jeopardizes sanitation workers and firefighters alike. And in 2017, a trashed battery exploded in the back of a New York City garbage truck after being compacted... more

Fennel and Apple Coleslaw

This fresh and crunchy salad is perfect for those days when the temperature rises and you're looking for something cool and refreshing. This recipe is both easy to make and comes together in just minutes. Perfect with anything on the grill, I know you will love it... more

This newsletter is compliments of:

John Doe
Branch Manager
Phone: 555-555-5555