Planning for major events in our lives and sharing those plans with our loved ones is important. But sometimes people hesitate to discuss financial issues with family members until a crisis occurs.
Many farmers, agricultural professionals and family members are facing increased stresses linked with uncertain market conditions. The hours they must spend in checking on market prospects, reviewing financial needs, and making farming decisions can be long, stressful and tiring.
Baby boomers are more likely to achieve New Year’s resolutions by making meaningful long-range resolutions for their second act of life.
Now is the time of year when people start to set their New Year’s resolutions. Why not make your goals work for you and have a healthier financial year?
North Dakota winter weather and extended time indoors brings opportunities for learning like no other time of year.
The holidays are a special time for us to re-connect as families, enjoy each other’s company and reflect on many good memories of the past.
Making friends is an important part of child development.
When we think about Thanksgiving one of the first things that comes to mind is food (turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes, etc.). Here are some tips to save some money on your meal this holiday.
Are you one of the 62,100 individuals in North Dakota providing care to a spouse, relative or friend?
Check out the resources on the new mental/behavioral health webpage. NDSU Extension developed it in response to North Dakota’s crucial need for awareness and education in mental and behavioral health, and referrals to services for people needing help.
Did you know Halloween is one of the highest grossing holidays in the United States?
What are the needs and desires of baby boomers as they age in North Dakota? See the final report of a 2-year long focus group study on baby boomers’ perceptions on senior centers, nutrition programs, and other service and program needs.
Even if you have a plan and think you are set for the coming year, you need to consider your health and health-care spending now because of “Medicare open enrollment.”
Shared mealtimes with family members seem to be going the way of the dinosaur for many American households.
When stressful times occur, it is important to consider the emotional and behavioral health needs of the individuals around us.
Farmers/ranchers and their family members experience pressure from all directions. While all of us must contend with economic ups and downs or family concerns, farmers have added uncertainties such as the weather and commodity prices that directly influence their lives and farming operations.