Month: December, 2020

Career Corner: New Year’s Dreams
Columns

Career Corner: New Year’s Dreams

By Angela Copeland The New Year is finally here. We’ve been waiting for 2021 since Friday, March 13, 2020. That was the day that it became apparent that a pandemic was going to be a big part of 2020. Since then, we’ve felt that if we can just hang on until January, things will go…

5 Financial Resolutions to Make in The New Year
Business

5 Financial Resolutions to Make in The New Year

For many of us, the new year means a fresh start and the chance to set new goals. As you consider your resolutions, you may want to add “strengthen my financial foundation” to the list. Here are five ways you can put yourself on firmer financial footing in 2021: 1. Identify what’s working and what…

Heavy Rains Prompt Mudslide Concerns
News

Heavy Rains Prompt Mudslide Concerns

By Terry Miller California’s first major storm of the season caused a wallop Sunday night with an impressive thunder and lightning show combined with heavy showers this county hasn’t seen in quite some time. Monrovia residents are taking the approaching storms seriously, filling dozens of sandbags to prevent mudflow and debris. Residents of neighborhoods in…

CVS and Walgreens Now Offering COVID-19 Vaccines to California Long-Term Care Facilities
News

CVS and Walgreens Now Offering COVID-19 Vaccines to California Long-Term Care Facilities

Federal partnership will provide no-cost Pfizer vaccines to residents and staff in long-term care facilities  Governor Gavin Newsom announced Monday that California has opted in to the federal COVID-19 Pharmacy Partnership. At no cost to the state or local government, CVS and Walgreens will administer the Pfizer vaccine to residents and staff in long-term care facilities. CVS and Walgreens started with…

A New Look to Year-End Tax Planning in 2020
Business

A New Look to Year-End Tax Planning in 2020

At this time of year, you often hear advice to take steps before year-end to limit your tax liability. Yet 2020 is a unique year in a variety of ways — while many of the normal rules regarding managing income and timing deductions still apply, new provisions for 2020 have been implemented by the Coronavirus…

Career Corner: The Burnout Badge
Columns

Career Corner: The Burnout Badge

By Angela Copeland Burnout is not a badge. Yet somehow, we wear it every day as if we may get a prize. Grinding yourself down is not a contest. I wish we could all agree on this. Productivity at work is the highest when we are rested and when we are taking care of ourselves….

Sunsets, Wine and Fudge in Carmel-by-the-Sea
Travel

Sunsets, Wine and Fudge in Carmel-by-the-Sea

By Greg Aragon There is nothing like being at the beach, watching the sun fall into the ocean. It is a beautiful, almost spiritual sight. And nowhere is this daily event more beautiful than in Carmel-by-the-Sea, where there is a built-in amphitheater of sand overlooking the water, with plenty of natural seats for visitors to watch the nightly spectacle. I recently returned to Carmel to visit the beach and relax…

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