If you’re reading this post today, there’s a good chance you’ve decided not to travel this Labor Day weekend. Was it the desire to nest close to home with your family and enjoy the final dog days of summer or the extra expenses involved in a trip? This year, with the sluggish economy continuing, most families are especially attuned to the rise in prices. According to the AAA, gasoline is more expensive this year – as are plane fares and hotel rooms. And the poor jobs figures that came out on Friday indicate unemployment is still above 9%. So if you’re having a tough time, our free ebook – Taking Control of Stress in a Financial Storm: Practical Strategies and Resources for Success – is still available to you.
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