In five days, President Donald Trump turns over the nation’s reins to President-elect Joe Biden.

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I used to be someone who loved to walk and hike with a small pack of off-leash dogs. 

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When you begin investing, you’ll generally assess your comfort with risk, as your investment choices will be guided at least partially by your risk tolerance. 

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Pour yourself a cocktail, or any other ice-cold beverage, and you unconsciously observe a natural phenomenon that goes a long way to explaining how fish, and other creatures that inhabit streams and rivers, can survive through a long, cold winter. 

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“It is Jan. 1, and I just heard my mom say she has made a New Year’s Resolution to lose 15 pounds. Then she looked at me, felt my ribs and announced that I need to lose a few pounds, too. We both are going on a diet together.

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In the new year, we sometimes reprioritize things in our life, like money and our spending habits. In doing so, have you ever wondered how much energy your refrigerator uses or how your TV really affects your electric bill? 

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Grandpa Tommy’s dad used to say “A cowful is a substantial quantity.”  According to my research, the rumen on a mature cow can hold up to 300 pounds. And by anybody’s standards that is quite a bit.

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December and January are prime months for many types of citrus. 

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