Perhaps you will think about it when your bank comes up with another offer for it. Or maybe, when the times get tough and you just don’t know what might come around the corner, you can spend a little bit of time preparing. The good news for people like me and some others is that our savings accounts work a lot better when we work with them regularly. Especially if we’re at a company where we will likely have other financial representatives. If we all start doing this, we’ll be more prepared.

1) Let’s talk about the value of your savings before you do anything else. To find what you want, we need to look at your income and expenses. I’ve always believed that the cost of living is based on your income. If you pay more for food, your income goes up and you have to pay less for rent, utility costs, etc. If you pay less for stuff but spend a lot more on food, your revenue goes up and you might pay less for utilities or rent or whatever. If you pay a little more for something that you can get for a lot less money, you might pay for that something more in rent, utilities, or whatever. If you’ve already made up your mind as to what you want to spend your money on, stick to that when you find your budget. Sometimes when we start out planning for the future, we forget that we have any, so we’ll say, “well I need to go to work in December” and then a year later, when we’ve already found a gig, we’ll have a budget made up and will feel good about the amount we paid to that new job. But we’re just sitting in our living room, saying okay, this place’s gonna cost less than that place, which has more money going into it, so that will be our target number to beat. We’re doing it the wrong way, trying to do something that isn’t the right thing and can end up doing a lot of damage.

2) Do you have a savings plan at all? If so, that’s great, but your plan will change daily and year-by-year and even quarter-by-quarter (a big chunk of your money is in the bank and could theoretically disappear in a day or two). You’ll need to periodically pull it apart. Ask your wife or boyfriend or roommate for a loan or money to cover a job transition. Then you should be able to spend whatever you need to for several years before you just stop looking for something new to spend it on. You should have seen what works for you in the situation you find yourself in now.

3) Once you have a budget that you can work with, how can you create it? If you get on the phone or come into your office looking for advice and it’s too late, don’t feel good about yourself, but do check out here . Many people find out how they’re doing their budgeting the most when they’re stuck at something for the longest time. Their jobs are changing and you don’t know what to do next, so you start looking at everything that’s going on around you, until something clicks. Some people make a lot of changes at once. The key is to have some solid numbers in your system before you start figuring out how to make adjustments.

My Money Manager’s Guide to Creating a Budget

1) We’ll never come out looking like we did back in the day because we don’t have a money manager on the site. So we’ll spend all our time digging down into our bank statements and tax return files. This can be an absolute pain, because your tax return is likely to contain a lot of errors–like I said, it’s not the best time to start looking up your taxes. Your best bet is to dig through your bank statements and tax returns anyway. Some companies offer free tax preparation software, and some require you to register (some, but not all), but the steps to create a budget are mostly the same.

2) We’ll spend a lot of time creating the budget. It’s possible, as I said, that your job changes and the expenses change. A lot. If this happens, just take a step back and start adjusting your budget. It might take time before you get it right. But if you have a budget ready to go (or you do some of this work), you can check it. If it’s still not working, it’s because of that change you made and you need to make more changes. Start by making small changes to the budget you have ready to go. Some tweaks may be to the numbers, to things you were doing but were not noticing (not doing work) or things you

If you’d like to see this method in action, I’m going to share 2 examples from my own retirement and a few from a similar process. I hope you found the list helpful: Step 1: Take some time to plan your own retirement and define your goals. It’s good to define your own goals, but if you’re new to this, be sure to start with some goals like eliminating the cost of living, getting a job that pays more than you make, avoiding more debt and the like. Start small and build from there. Step 2: Focus all your money at any given pay period on one business purpose over others. Choose which business you want to focus your money on, set deadlines and stick to it. Step 3: For each business, do a little analysis on your budget. In your budget, examine the value of the money over time. As you start to build your plan, take note of what activities (i.e. expenses) bring in the most value over the next few years.

Step 4: Set the goal of spending no more than 3 months a year (on top of your own savings account) saving 4% of your monthly take home pay. Note that each month brings in more money than the last and this is a general investment strategy, not one specific to your goal. Again, have some flexibility in your savings choices and set limits based on your budget. If you’re concerned about your goals, you can also set up a pre-matching plan to match your pre-tax contributions if you want. I do recommend this as the best way to help with this problem as well.

Here is the example of a specific plan for one particular goal I wrote about in the past called “My Real Life”

What I also recommend is that you keep an open mind and accept the results of research and try the approach until you find something that fits your lifestyle and goals.

For me, my goal is to be a fulltime teacher by February 2016. If by November 2015, I have achieved this goal for a total of 6 months, I would then save that money and earn an additional $36,000 in retirement income. It took me a few years (probably from late November 2011 through December 2013) to write my original post, but eventually I became more confident enough to accept results and started putting results together.

I know it may not cover every plan out there (maybe it will), but for the sake of this article, you can read this plan if you want. If you’re just trying to put together an actual career path, you can use my plan as a starting point to see if it would make sense for you.

Step 1: I start by planning my income during this time. I start with how much I make per month, using 2011 dollars and set a goal of $30 per hour during the year. I also plan my spending around that and divide it between my savings and expenses. I set a budget for January 2011 at $20 per hour, reduced for each pay period. One thing you’ll notice as you get to 2012 is that income and expenses start making a little more sense for each month. There really was no need to go the whole nine yards.

For example, if I worked at $20 per hour for 6 hours a day, $4800 in total salary during the year would be set aside for a total of $1,600 in expenses to a $1,600 saving to a $1,800 in my retirement account.

Step 2: I know that all of this sounds pretty abstract and hard to understand, but it’s really simple. For all my expenses, I subtract the total amount of the paycheck from the total that I get annually, for instance,my monthly $20 expense for my basic groceries + $500 for my cable bill + $000 for my gas bills. After tax, that leaves me with $1,200 for my expenses. I take out rent, energy and utilities, the electricity cost, gasoline and the gas for the car I drive ($20 for gas and $30 for gas). In my apartment I take out $500 for my phone; I get $300 from my utilities and I use that for $300 from my phone. The rest of my groceries are put in my savings account - all the foods I buy I always use up in the first few weeks of buying them, like canned goods and protein bars. All my personal items can go to my retirement account until I hit 45.

Step 3: I set my goal for my savings to be between $250,000 and $500,000. That might not seem like a lot, but it’s a big chunk of change for a couple. I always keep a small portion of savings in each

That was a decline of 0.7 percentage points, which would have resulted in a contraction of 2.7%, had the CPI not been lower to levels not seen since December 1998. That’s another point of view in one month. In the final month of last year, the market saw the beginning of an accelerating trend since the start of the year. In the month of January, the market saw the second fastest growing three month total since mid-April 2000, and then in March saw another acceleration in the three month total. Not so much in the end, as gas prices surged 12.8% versus 4.6% in March, but at least one market is happy about the March figure. As for the future, the market isn’t expecting a big rebound from the plunge in gasoline prices this year, but if past precedent holds true, we will likely see some upward movement in oil, and gasoline, for the next few months.

Taken as a whole, it doesn’t get any easier in the foreseeable future. Although the three month average hasn’t really budged since early last year, the CPI and the consumer price index are on equal ground, and as such we can be extremely optimistic about the U.S. economy going forward, albeit with several risk factors that could impact the outcome. There will be an increase in the U.S. unemployment rate, but the increase won’t be as significant as when the unemployment soared above 8% as recently as mid-2009. There may be modest wage increases, but many of those will be among low-wage employees that only exist in the service sector. There will be more hiring this year as the work force continues to shrink, but that will include temporary, part-time, short-term contracts as well. The economy’s growth potential will remain high because while we are nearing full employment, more people will need to work to support the U.S. population. Once we approach full employment, however, the economy will slow down once again, and the cost of living will rise as consumers are more willing to spend their income. However, despite the fact that it’s expected that the U.S. current account deficit will increase by 9.7% this year over two years, as well as the current GDP growth trend is slowing, this isn’t really the “most-likely” scenario. Rather, it’s a scenario that could happen, but it might happen more slowly with the current trends, since overall economic growth can slow from here. Given how volatile the stock market has been of late, I’d assume that any increase in the S&P 500 will be met with a correction of the S&P 500 based on this, even if that doesn’t happen in the short term. It’s the average person that needs to own stock, and if the market moves more slowly, he may see a big return, but if the market moves too quickly, he might lose almost everything. If the economy continues to slow down, though, the stock market will be on better footing for the better part of the years ahead.

Now that the headline numbers are in, let’s look at the numbers a little more in-depth, and what the data has to show. In the past week, the CBOE revealed that their VIX index, a gauge of market volatility, sank to levels not seen since late 2014. It’s the highest since April 2015. VIXs were at levels not seen since April 2014. At least if the market continues to follow this trend, we might see a brief uptick in the stock price when the current S&P 500 hits a level of 400, which would be a very positive situation… but then again, that could just be a brief spike of appreciation on the horizon. We will now move on to the third section of the survey… the “Consumer Sentiment Survey.”

The Consumer Sentiment has been a solid indicator of consumer sentiment for a long time. During the last recession, prior to the Great Recession, the market rallied wildly on the news of the “consumer’s love” to their companies, including by up 18% on January 27, 2009. However, in October 2014, consumers began to look back and reflect upon what they lost. That’s why the average person doesn’t “love” their companies on the news, but many, if not most, of us, did. That said, we have been talking to this consumer a bit since last October, and the data has been pretty consistent in recent weeks.

After a small downturn last month, consumer sentiment is now at levels not seen since the second half of 2013 - which is when the market started to see the growth that the recovery was really doing. But it’s far from perfect. A significant percentage of consumers are still unhappy with their job situation, and have not seen an improvement in their finances. When the stock

All they ask is that customers not drive as much!

The media is telling us about a bumper crop of “green” cars…but it’s mostly fuel efficient hybrids like the Honda Fit and Lexus IS-F (the Toyota Prius is the other “green” vehicle). No, they haven’t put an estimated price on the fuel savings and the new vehicles are not necessarily “green”. There’s still plenty of controversy about the price of oil and electric cars and there has been a lot of misleading and misrepresentative information in the press.. For example, the headline of the most recent New York Times report on the electric cars that will save the world (but probably will bankrupt you) is:

The Times article is only partially correct. The costs of electric cars aren’t coming out at the same speed as other types of cars. Many consumers are choosing the cheapest electric options because gas is so expensive. But the Times fails to tell its readers that the lowest-priced version of the Nissan Leaf is the least efficient car on the road. This is true, though, for some of the most expensive hybrids. While the Chevy Volt and Toyota Prius have similar performance, and the Nissan Leaf and Toyota Prius are very much alike (the Nissan Leaf does about 80% of the miles with a gasoline-powered engine) they use slightly different batteries. The Volt and Prius come in two varieties (two years of battery life, and two years of charge), and the Volt and Prius are even more similar than the first-edition Hyundai Elantra (see below).

One caveat: Tesla can’t even match the performance of its current Model S (with 75k miles on the tank with its $72,250 battery pack; see more performance specs here), which is another cost advantage electric powertrains.

Another tip: If your child gets sick when traveling (in school, in the car, and on the plane) or sees something unusual, get a second car. In the car’s current form, the safety feature auto high beams will not work as good if the vehicle is in motion. Also, your wallet is on the line. Most drivers don’t have the luxury of a garage. A third option (if you don’t want to drive and want to save money on electric car transportation) is electric shuttle services that are available in all major metros. They would have to charge at a stop (I’ll use an Amtrak station in New York I know very well) and take you to various downtown businesses like Barnes & Noble, etc. Because they would be able to charge at a stop, and because electric buses aren’t allowed to go at grade speed, a low frequency (8-11 minutes) would be optimal for the system. I know of several such services but have also learned that for each service, they are charging on site, then using cars towed away to charge and so on.

The last time The Economist ran the headline, a poll by the Pew Research Center reported 80% of consumers expected the best energy-saving car would be a Prius, which they said used 4 gallons of gasoline per mile, but which could be charged at just 1 gallon per mile if the price declined. The poll was based on purchasing power parity, the idea that gasoline will only cost $4 a gallon by 2050 if the world keeps burning oil, but the number was too small to matter. Now, I know that most of us believe that low-yield oil should be the price of oil and that the future of oil production will be as low-yield as possible. But given that the world currently is running low on oil even as oil technology keeps improving, and we have a long way to go, I believe that the future of energy will see the cheapest forms of renewable energy–wind, solar, geothermal–becoming cost effective enough to be competitive with oil, which I call “oil of the future”.

A big part of the growth of gasoline in the U.S. and elsewhere is the huge increase in demand in the oil industry. If that oil, or some oil, was cheaper than gasoline, many Americans would shift into cars made of cheaper, higher-yielding oil–and eventually into renewable energy too. (If you’re wondering, the oil industry is actually losing money on oil–not growing business, just moving the needle.) That doesn’t mean if we don’t change, the world won’t change in a big way. The world didn’t change but the people did. The only reason why most of the world does not embrace new technology so fast is because the public sector would do so much to help develop those innovations, plus the oil lobbyists and oil companies would surely support a policy in favor of that type of change–at least until the public sector could be forced out. But there

As of 1pm Eastern Time, there were 60 more cases confirmed in our state. Some cases are so hard to confirm that they’ve been under the FBI’s radar. The most up to date information can be found here

In Oregon, the CDC confirmed 16 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, a five-fold increase from Friday last year. This is a total of 22. Here are some of the more recent CDC updates:

3-day update:

4 cases (4 males, 6 females)

1 case (7 males, 1 female)


9 cases (15 males, 5 females)

11% 9 cases (13 males, 1 female)

8 cases (9 males, 8 females)

6 cases (5 males, 4 females)

The total cases of COVID-19 in Oregon is 27, the largest increase in confirmed cases since we last reported COVID-19 cases in Oregon at least 100 years ago in the mid-1890’s. The most recent update at the CDC from their Ohio office found that the county of Marion County was reporting 19 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in 8 of its 87 counties, compared with 12 cases reported there during COVID-17 in 2016…

(The only restaurants I had breakfast at while in Birmingham prior to going to see Jesus were McDonald’s and Wendy’s.) Others simply got out of the limelight entirely before going back to usual business hours on their normal days. Below are pictures from both Birmingham and Huntsville as I walked the streets of both cities and did some research on my own as to why people in Birmingham prefer them to Washington D.C. (though I did see a few people I recognized who were just there for a day).

To be clear, I don’t think either city is boring. In fact, I’ve been to Birmingham, a city I could spend a couple of weeks exploring just by walking around town without bothering to fly… it’s actually quite pleasant and pretty. The downtown is pretty open and there are actually more things on display than a typical city park in that you could actually walk through that was in a different state of construction than the one you were in. And, on your first stop of the day, you’d often see a sign for various markets and markets all around in both cities and you might have a view of something that you otherwise would never even get. It’s quite a sight to say the least. Not bad for a city for which most of the tourists are from a neighboring state.

The thing I’m most impressed with in Huntsville, on the other hand… (and this is going to be a very big part of the rest of this article) is the fact that Birmingham people seem to prefer to live in this beautiful city that people actually want to go to… this city that has that little feel that brings people out, not just to hang out, for a brief period, and maybe eat at a place for brunch/noon snack. For the first 4 blocks walking down this street you can often start to see signs for restaurants, and you’ll see them spread out, some of them a little further down. If anyone ever tells you that a city is boring, you’d probably feel the exact same way about Huntsville. That’s not to say I’m not going to try and do a little of both. I will take the city to be more of a more authentic city for my love of the culture. I mean, there’s no other place as big as Huntsville’s in the south so the city’s small. But, they have their own unique personality. They have their own unique soul and they do give off a slight American feel. One of the first places you’ll see in Huntsville is one that has an authentic, classic American feel to it. The other places I’ll take them to… well, I’m not telling the other restaurants all to go away, but I think they have more interesting things to do and I’ll try to make the most of it.

When you are in either city, you don’t have to deal with the hustle and bustle of the national capital. You get to walk through the streets of a city with an authenticity that isn’t matched in any significant way by any other place I have visited anywhere else in the U.S. The thing I always take from Huntsville in all the things I have written is that people, in my experience, are really, really nice and they tend to just make you feel good… that they’re really very nice people who are just trying to do their best to try to do this city’s best. I always feel the biggest barrier people have to be a part of is a feeling of alienation from what’s going on in America’s capital. This is not a negative thing at all. This is a true positive. The people of Huntsville are so friendly and welcoming and I think most people can relate just as much to that feeling from the people in D.C. If you love this state as much as I do, then you will love the people of Huntsville. There will always be an extra layer of fun to be had between the two towns regardless since there’s always someone out there trying to make it as “nice” as possible… “the right kind of quiet”, the “right kind of culture”… you name it. That’s just not your idea of a nice, quiet place. But, if you stop there and spend some time thinking about it, you will find that it doesn’t take much to make this city one of the nicest, quietest places you’ll ever be. What I love about Huntsville and the different parts of the region that made Huntsville and Birmingham a better place for the people who live here, is that it’s kind of like that “it’s only a matter of time until we hit it big” line from “It’s Only A Matter of Time” and is one of the reasons why “It’s Only A Matter of Time” resonates with me so much. We are so unique now, even though there are similarities. We are so different from what we were 100 years ago but we’ve got a lot of things in common, some of them being different language… and even

As a consequence, we are facing this growing global health crisis as the world loses valuable and highly educated employees.

It has become obvious that the best and brightest from other countries are leaving this planet. It may not be due to working conditions, but rather due to the lack of opportunities.

One interesting fact that can be gleaned is that most tech firms are in possession of highly educated employees. This does not mean that tech workers are paid poorly and that they should consider leaving when their company has nothing to offer them to make them more competitive. Rather, it means that most tech workers are in the tech industry because of education, career progression and knowledge.

While we are aware of the decline in foreign labor, we are less than certain that this trend is permanent. After all, there are still a few people from many country who would never go to a tech firm just to work for “a few”, it is a new concept. These people may even go through a similar situation as those who leave tech firms to find jobs outside the tech industry. Most of the people who do not go to tech companies actually wish they had them in some way and would be quite capable of helping them in their life of a “career.”

But it is the general sentiment that are leading to the decrease of foreign labor and a shift away from these organizations. It may take a long time for the change to come, but the change will always come to be. If you are a parent thinking about what is going on with your child or a graduate student interested in leaving for the best opportunities out there, it would help to think about those potential employers before looking for a job. Once you find one, you need to make sure you are aware of what they can and can’t offer.

Despite this, McKelvey’s employees were aware of the fact that there were complaints and attempts to bring women into the company. Those complaints have since been substantiated women made almost half, but less than one quarter (7 percent), of those claims with McKelvey. Not only did McKelvey act inappropriately with individuals on a daily basis but he allowed the company to be so deeply into cultish thinking at that stage that he failed to understand that the culture could create all sorts of terrible problems within the company, and even the company as a whole.

So what the hell had McKelvey done?

The answer is an odd mixture of everything. First of all, in the early days there was a culture that had the employees and their management in a constant state of competition in which the employees were constantly fighting over who was considered more successful, “better”, or “fun”. This was particularly exacerbated by the fact that the business model was completely built around the idea that people would compete over who had the most fun, most fun, most fun, to the point of ignoring the needs of the company and creating a place where the people were actively and often viciously competing over who had the most fun and who had the most fun. In this environment, there was no real rule that the customers made decisions directly and quickly for the most part, and the company was constantly debating which way to go with each decision, as the rules themselves had only come in later.

But not only was there this culture, there was an even more extreme one. This is where things get quite scary an environment where people are doing more than just talking together in meetings and no one is allowed to ask questions. Employees were expected to take meetings on everything from personal stuff things like, “What did I get paid today?” to company issues like the hiring of new managers at the time to things like how much they were willing to pay for a new car.

So how did the culture and business go so wrong?

This is where the cult starts not only were people expected to spend an inordinate amount of time together in these huge meetings called “groups”, but they were also expected to discuss the world around them whether its politics or religion, and that was almost entirely up to them. It seems like such a nobrainer that one would think this would lead to people arguing and arguing, but this is not the case at all. Even on personal issues it has become clear to me that many of the employees who worked in any form of public meeting agreed to disagree with something said during one, and at times would actively oppose what the manager was saying. This in itself is part of the Cult. The management and staff were forced to accept this if they didn’t agree they were then told that it wasn’t up to them. There was no option, even as many of the employees spent great amounts of time together in this manner, to discuss any dissenting ideas.

Once they had this huge set-up, the culture became one that actively and repeatedly discouraged discussion at work, or even simply made it a point to deny anyone the ability to have anything to say in a meeting at the end of the day for the rest of the day. Again not the ideal environment it’s obvious from this group that I was still struggling with a lot of things in business, but at that time I was actually starting to struggle with finding one way to solve these problems. When you know that you can be shut down in the middle of a meeting and have no way of understanding one another, as any employee in a group in the early days of McKelvey’s company would probably struggle to understand a lot, you need another option. But there wasn’t it was just one of those issues.

So how did the cult survive? After a while, in fact, the Cult did evolve into something that seemed to be less disturbing at the beginning to work through. In a way, it was so pervasive that it almost felt like it was a form of a cult and yet, in the midst of this whole thing, as the staff began to figure this out and begin to see that the cult was something that needed to be brought down, it was only a matter of time that the cult itself disappeared. With McKelvey’s company as it was, there was nothing to put a stop to it.

But this wasn’t the end of it, and things would only get worse. In fact, it was pretty much only in the last two years of McKelvey’s company that there actually existed some semblance of a culture that allowed someone from out of town to join. Yet even in those two years, an employee on the outside wouldn’t have been able to see the cult at all if it wasn’t for the sheer number of people in McKelvey that seemed to care, that

Zoom is now no longer a part of the curriculum at Singapore’s Government Primary Schools, according to the Singapore Education Board.

The board’s “Information Bulletin “ states that use of Zoom in primary school was “a mistake” and “we will be looking into it more deeply and considering actions”.

The news comes just days after news broke that two of the five teachers who handled the issue of Zoom’s use in the class were suspended.

It is the second time in recent weeks that a teaching staff member of a high school near the former US embassy was disciplined, with the principal of an elementary school also being temporarily reprimanded earlier this week.

As the Daily Mail points out , Zoom was a popular app that allowed teachers to keep a “school-wide and on-campus presence.” It was used to provide text, graphs, checklists and other information for those in classes. It also made it easy to add other staff members.

The practice of assigning teacher staff to conduct class in the course of a single lesson has been around since an app called “Text-O-Matic” was introduced by the Department of Education in 2003. Since then other apps have also been created and used, but Zoom took it up a notch by allowing teachers to include themselves in the classroom activity.

One of the teachers and an other were suspended on Monday. Another was said to be in line to be permanently suspended, but no dates have been announced.

A source said, “The school would not comment on individual teachers or whether any disciplinary action has been taken against them.”

It is not the first time that Zoom has been accused of inappropriately distributing offensive material to the school. In 2007, an investigation was launched into the use of the app by Singapore’s Department of Education. The findings of the investigation were revealed via the New Straits Times last year , revealing that the app had been helping students with maths homework.

Singapore and the US are currently embroiled in a diplomatic spat sparked by the release of a report by the US State Department that found Chinese cyber “war” hackers engaged in “massive commercial and financial” spam attacks on Singapore and American companies.

-With reporting by the Malaysian national newspaper Straits Times

Well, I’m going to have a little margarita now.

So, yeah, as you know, we’ve been working on our product for awhile on this very subject. The first version of the product was for the very first ever Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series at some food truck in 2014. The Tasting Series is an experience we want to introduce to our customers on all of our premium products. Since that event, we were asked to help bring the product back with the Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series (TNZS). I thought we would take a moment to recap the history of that line and explain why it is so critically important to our company.

So, the Tourmet N’ Healthy Tasting Series, also referred to as the Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series, is in its third year of existence and to understand what this program means to us, we thought it would be best to revisit it. So, here in this one quick recap, the first four years Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series had three types of guest (all women): A former contestant of the Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series; a blogger who loves Tasty N’ Healthy flavors especially the sweet ones (both sweet and savory); and lastly a former participant who was happy to be an occasional guest (the other three groups of guests have moved on to Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series 2 and beyond). The fourth group in the first TNZS is the ones who really enjoy our products and were very good to talk to during the first three yearspeople who really love our product but sometimes get a little apprehensive in discussing the Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series. I’m here to break down what we do for these people: we help people make the best decisions and have them try the product on their own as soon as it is sold out. This first category of guest usually consists of people who don’t enjoy Tasty N’ Healthy flavors any more or perhaps have had them but are looking forward to the next time they can buy a flavor. These folks are usually the type who don’t need our most successful product; they just want to be a part of the experience and are looking to make their purchases easy, enjoyable, and easy to try. We let them try everything on the line and then they leave with their choice to save the purchase or keep it. We’ve had amazing experiences. For the first year of the program, these guests were extremely popular with the public we had on our line. It was like Christmas every month for them. They would sit down and try all of our flavors and tell us what they loved most about them. We took that as a sign from them that we made a great product and it seemed like the next year the audience wasn’t quite as quick to love them as we were.

The third category of guests we heard the most from in 2014 was the folks who had come back out this year after the first year. These were people who wanted to be part of the Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series but thought their taste buds had not matured as much as they had hoped or anticipated. These Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series guests tend to be the type we feel best fits the Tasty N’ Healthy brand. These people have a lot of variety in their tastes and we want them to be able to explore different flavors of Tasty N’ Healthy but still enjoy our new and exciting product. In 2014 we launched three flavor categoriesSavouries (sweet, savoy, chocolate), Drinks Tasting (wine, spirits, cider), and Munchies Tasting (fruits, veggies, and yogurt). While each category introduced the same number of flavors (16), some of the taste variations were so great that for many people they started to get their own favorites in the Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series. For these people, the Tacky Tasty Tasting Series and Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series are very valuable and they’ve been asking for a taste of Tacky Tasty Tasting Series in a new way every week since its inaugural year. So, for the Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series, I’d like to provide you with an introduction to the flavor groups and to the different styles of guest for the 2013 Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series. The Savouries Flavors There are now three flavor categories that you can find in our Tasty N’ Healthy Tasting Series. We’ve kept all the same flavors except the name but have done a few minor changes to the ingredients to bring them in line with each other. We’ve kept our sweet and savory versions the same, and the combination of the two will never

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