5. Subscribe to a Magazine
Whether you have a hobby or yearn to read news that isn’t “fake”, subscribing to a magazine is a great way of staying up to date.
4. Join the YMCA
The YMCA is so much more than a great place to break a sweat. With activities, classes, and sports for youth and adults alike, being active at the Y is a surefire way to stick to your New Year’s Resolution. Visit http://www.ymca.net/ to find the closest Y to you.
3. Take a Day Trip
Go somewhere new and explore a bit. The world is a big place and there’s so much to see, so why not make a day of it and head to the next town over?
2. Get a Library Card
Reading has so many benefits, but even if that isn’t your thing, the library offers a lot more than books. Many libraries also have movies, music, art, digital and streaming services, activities, and even museum passes. Who needs a key to the city when you’ve got a library card?
1. Properly Plan Your Estate
It’s 2019 and by now you have probably thought about getting a will off the internet. But are you sure it’s valid? Are you positive that it does what you want it to do? Do you have all of your other estate planning documents in order? Make 2019 the year you properly plan your estate. Lawyers at Yoder Kraus & Jessup are ready to help you prepare, execute, and maintain a precise estate plan.
About the Author
Kyle Gough is an Attorney licensed to practice law in Indiana. His practice is devoted to business and corporate law, transactions, elder law, and estate planning. Kyle is prepared to use his knowledge and experience to help you obtain a proper, custom-tailored estate plan. To schedule an appointment with Kyle or any of the Lawyers at Yoder Kraus & Jessup, PC, refer to the contact information below.
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