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Khloé Kardashian Says These Healthy Snacks Keep Her 'On Track'

Khloé Kardashian Says These Healthy Snacks Keep Her 'On Track'

Health
It’s not always easy to choose the perfect snack, but she’s here are a few of her favorites. This article originally appeared on People.com. Khloé Kardashian is not letting hunger in between meals get the best of her.The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star says it’s not always easy to choose the perfect snack, but she’s developed an arsenal of her go-to picks when hunger strikes.“God knows I’ve really changed the way I eat on a daily basis and my entire approach to healthy living but snacks are consistently tricky,” Kardashian wrote on her website. “Whether I’m traveling or just have a busy day on the go, I’ve learned that keeping healthy snacks in my purse, travel bag or my car (and even around my house for those moments of weakness!) is important to staying on track.”
These books could be game changers for your money

These books could be game changers for your money

Finance
How to talk to your kids about moneyThe crisp fall air may put you in mind of getting back to the budget after a summer slide. No better time to hit the books. There is no end to niche money books out there specializing in everything from student debt to retirement saving to investing. But for those who are hankering for a big picture view on your money, here are our picks for personal finance life changers:  "The Total Money Makeover" by Dave Ramsey Once you start talking to people who have "gotten on track" with their money, it's amazing to hear how often people talk about the impact "The Total Money Makeover" had on their lives. This action-oriented bootcamp for your financial life isn't so much aimed at your money as it is at your behaviors involving money. Ramsey, a folksy radio hos
These 3 Simple Dessert Recipes Are All Rich in Protein

These 3 Simple Dessert Recipes Are All Rich in Protein

Health
Satisfy your sugar cravings with these nutrient-packed treats. If you've got a sweet tooth, you're going to love Arman Liew. He is the author of Clean Sweets: Simple, High-Protein Desserts for One ($ 22; amazon.com), a collection of decadent treats packed with nutrients, and made with ingredients you likely already have in your kitchen. And because Liew himself is all too familiar with the siren call of sweets, he's designed each recipe to make just one or two satisfying servings, so you won't be tempted to reach for more. Here are three of our favorites, including banana cheesecake breakfast pudding, chocolate Greek yogurt pancakes, and raspberry mouse with a coconut flour crust.Banana Cheesecake Breakfast PuddingServes: 11 cup full-fat cottage cheese (dairy-free, if ne...
These are the top risks that could derail a good retirement plan

These are the top risks that could derail a good retirement plan

Finance
Ask any experienced financial planner what causes a retirement plan to fail, and they will likely agree that it is never a result of bad portfolio returns. So if a poorly performing portfolio is not the problem, then what is? Some of the answers may surprise you. Here are examples of how life's circumstances can derail even the best retirement plan, and what to do to avoid, fix or repair it.With improvements in medical treatment and increases in longevity, an unexpected illness when you are in your 60s, 70s or 80s may drag on longer than it did just a decade ago. One of the first things you should do is to learn how your current employee benefits (or those of your spouse) work and understand how the employer treats retiree health benefits. What will be the implications of that plan in reti...
These good-paying jobs don't require a bachelor's degree

These good-paying jobs don't require a bachelor's degree

Finance
For many Americans, well-paying jobs that don't require at least four years of college can seem scarce.The median annual income for workers with an associate's degree, which generally takes two years to complete, is $ 42,590, according to 2016 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. People with a high school diploma bring in $ 35,990 annually; non-diploma workers have even lower earnings at $ 26,210.All of those salaries are below the median weekly pay for the nation's 113.4 million full-time workers: As of June 30 of this year, that was $ 859, which translates into $ 44,668 annually.By comparison, a bachelor's degree, which typically takes four years to complete, comes with a median annual salary of $ 60,110. Advanced degrees often bring even more.And while Census Bureau data released e...