Do you take vitamins? You probably should. It ensures that even if you don’t always maintain a varied and healthful diet, your body gets the baseline level of nutrients.
The N.C. General Assembly is off to a fast and furious start this session. After getting to work in earnest on Jan. 30, we have seen a flurry of major legislation and important debates already come to the floor and some be sent off to the governor for his approval.
A month into their new role as majority party, Republicans see a long, barren winter – not just for the GOP but for the state as a whole – coming to an end.
Confused about what to invest in today? Join the club! The stock market has made up most of what it lost during the recession, but some say it’s gone too high. Gold is down from its peak, yet worries about inflation may push it back up. Real estate appears to be coming back, but for how long? Safe investments, like certificates of deposit and government bonds, are available but are paying near-historic low rates.
When we first discussed the idea of planting trees as part of a long term citywide beautification plan I was a bit unsure of it. I mean, what difference will a few trees planted in the median of a busy highway make on our city.
Yesterday we completed our second full legislative week in Raleigh for this session. Frankly, it was brutal!