The Mom on the Run, Colleen Burns has some tips now that we can finally say goodbye to 2020.
You can earn more than $1,000 per year simply by meeting specific activity goals and it’s easier to keep track of that activity with Apple Fitness Plus. It’s brand new and starting January 1st if you a member of United Health’s motion well being program you are eligible to have access to that studio style workout programming for at least six months at no additional charge. It’s powered by Apple watch. You have access to ten different workout types from cycling to yoga to strength and it’s fueled by music from today’s top artists and it’s led by some of the world’s most welcoming trainers no matter what your fitness level.
Another tip goal is to stay hydrated. Colleen Burns says it’s easier for her to drink the amount of water she needs to drink if she drinks Figi water because of the smooth taste. It has natural occurring electrolytes and is filtered through volcanic rock in Figi. It has twice the amount of electrolytes of top premium bottle water brands.
TV streaming has spiked during the pandemic. Colleen says it’s a great place to start if you are trying to save some money. She says think about by cutting your subscription to that expensive cable company and rental equipment and use Roku instead; it gives you hundreds of free channels whether it’s tv, movies or sports or music. Now you can give the gift of sound because Roku’s stream bar has four multi-directional speakers inside and it will fill the room with rich Dolby sound
Another way to save money now is So Fine Money. It is a cash management account and it has this vault feature that will separate your savings from your spending and right now they are rounding up every transaction to the nearest dollar and it is putting that money into your savings vault. Colleen Burns says it’s a great way to save money while you are spending.