There is the legend of you should never make more than one major decision in 12 months.
I have always been one to draw outside the lines, so it should come as no surprise to you that today, December 2 is a DOUBLE, 2X times anniversary for myself, Tina and the Tannery & Company team.
Thanksgiving a time for Travel, Togetherness, Turkey, and Tension. Thanksgiving is supposed to be about gratitude and not the over-amplified announcement that Christmas and Hanukah are coming! Black Friday sales started last Monday.
Rather than continue whining about the gross commercialism that we experience every day I want to stop the madness.
Family Feud is an American television game show created by Mark Goodson where two families compete to name the most popular responses to survey questions in order to win cash and prizes.
Tannery & Company Wealth Management’s version of Family Feud
The most popular question that has been in my inbox, my telephone conversations and in nearly every conversation that I have had since November 8, 2016 is………………….
“The Question” – What should you do financially in the wake of the election?
Looking Back on Tuesday
Like many of you, I took time on Tuesday to go and vote. For the Tannery’s voting, is a family affair. While Tina left early Tuesday, voted and snagged incredible cookies at the Mohawk Elementary Bake sale, I met “The Girls” for lunch before we all went together and voted.
This is not a political statement. It is a reminder that being an American is an incredible opportunity. Yet as in any opportunity, you have to take action to seize the opportunity.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the average lifespan is 78.74 years. This means that for the lucky one who turns 18 at least 30 days before the Presidential Election has 15 times to vote for President.