By Sheila Robison, Economic Security Team Member Over 4,000 years ago, ancient Babylonians started New Year’s resolutions. I wonder if they were successful to keep their promises all through the year! In our current world, only 8% of people actually keep those New Year’s resolutions. Let’s find out how we can be successful throughout the whole year. It’s always a good move to keep your New Year’s resolutions … Continue reading Sticking to Your New Year’s Resolution!
Elder Law of Michigan’s Lansing and Detroit offices will be closed, Monday, December 24, 2018 – Tuesday, January 1, 2019 for our staff to spend time with their families and friends during the holiday season. We will resume regular business hours on Wednesday, January 2, 2019. Continue reading Elder Law of Michigan – December Holiday Closing
Denise Keiser, Fund Development Specialist Now that you’ve given thanks and found great deals during the universally celebrated shopping days of #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday, it’s time to turn your attention to giving back. Tomorrow we celebrate #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving powered by social media. It’s one of the best ways to get involved in your community and your favorite charities. On Tuesday, November 27, 2018, donors, … Continue reading Join a Global Day of Giving This #GivingTuesday
Elder Law of Michigan’s Lansing and Detroit offices are closing at 12:00 pm today, Wednesday, November 21, 2018 for our staff to spend time with their families and friends during the holiday season. The offices will be closed Thursday, November 22, 2018 – Friday, November 23, 2018. Happy Holidays! We will resume regular business hours on Monday, November 26, 2018. Continue reading Elder Law of Michigan -Thanksgiving Holiday Closing
Via Center for Financial Health By Denise Keiser Hosting Thanksgiving dinner can blow your budget right out of the water. From the additional food and beverage cost to table decorations, holiday gatherings often cause undue financial stress. So how can you prevent financial stress this Thanksgiving? First, the most expensive part of holiday gatherings is overspending – spending more money on the gathering than we plan to spend. Start your holiday season … Continue reading Five Ways to Avoid Financial Stress This Thanksgiving
By Michelle Jackson, Economic Security Team Member Denise Keiser is a Fund Development Specialist at Elder Law of Michigan. Denise is also the Executive Director for Center for Financial Health, a Lansing based nonprofit organization that inspires a lifelong commitment to financial wellness. Denise feels very strongly about empowering individuals of all ages with the wisdom they need to make positive life changing financial decisions, taking … Continue reading Meet the Team, Staff Spotlight: Denise Keiser
By Ron Tatro, Vice President What do you say about a colleague who comes to work every day with a smile and positive attitude? You say thank you, and what a pleasure it is to work with them. My colleague, Jennifer Blanck, brings those traits with her to work each day. Jennifer joined Elder Law of Michigan in response to an opportunity to join the Elder Law of Michigan team utilizing her bilingual … Continue reading Meet the Team, Staff Spotlight: Jennifer Blanck