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  • Monitoring the World Markets

    Plenty of ups and downs this week on Wall Street. Experts point to the potential for a trade war between the United States and China as a reason for volatility in the stock market. So how will this affect our daily lives?

  • Kids First: Holiday Communication

    Kids First – This holiday season, many of you will spend significant time with your parents, siblings or extended family. Put down your cell phones, avoid hot-button issues, play a game… there are ways to effectively communicate. Tonja Eagan, CEO Lifesmarth Youth, joined us on the red couch with important tips on how to have good conversation throughout the holidays.

  • Small Business Saturday in Fishers

    If the Black Friday madness is too much for you, how about giving Small Business Saturday a try? It’s a way to shop local and save at the same time. ‘Shop Fishers‘ is getting the whole town involved! There will be sales on food, drink, clothes, toys and many other options. The best part, all of your spending will stay local.

  • Healthy Thanksgiving Appetizer

    Raw food rocks! Just ask Chef Wendell Fowler. You don’t have to give up the mashed potatoes or turkey. He suggests adding some colorful, vitamin-packed food to your Thanksgiving day plate. Whip up his recipe for Winter Rolls with Sweet Chill Sauce for a delicious, healthy appetizer. Winter Rolls Ingredients: rice paper, kale, red cabbage, carrot, sprouts, avocado, mint, pomegranate seeds Sauce ingredients: 1 cup mayonnaise, 1 T raw honey, 3 T sriracha, hot pepper flakes Instruction: Prepare all the […]

  • Preparing for holiday stress

    Any number of things can turn the holiday joy into holiday stress. There are ways to prepare now so that the stress doesn’t affect you and your family later. Set boundaries, time limits and gift requirements. Here are some other tips on what it takes to have a stress-free holiday season.

  • IPS Showcase of Schools

    Parents and students with Indianapolis Public Schools should already be thinking about next year. Open enrollment is underway for school selection. On Saturday, November 10th, the district will hold the “Showcase of Schools.” It will give parents an opportunity to find out exactly what options they have for their kids.

  • Cost of fatigue

    Sleep scientists have concluded a majority of Americans don’t get enough sleep. The lack of rest ends up costing employers billions of dollars every year. There are ways to reverse the workplace fatigue. Melissa McNall, manager Accountemps, offers some easy changes for both employers and employees!

  • Kids First on Fox: Money Management

    (Kids First on Fox) – In America, money is the number one cause of family arguments and divorce. Teaching your children smart financial charges at an early age, sets them up for successes later in life. Parents, there are ways to make this fun! Tonja Eagan, CEO of LifeSmart Youth, lays out interactive games that help them learn without even realizing it.

  • The Unleashed Woman Conference

    The 2nd annual ‘Unleashed Woman’ conference will be held in Indianapolis on Saturday, Nov. 3rd. The goal is to raise women up and empower them to be the best they can be. Tickets are still available. If you enter the promo code ‘FOX59’ at checkout, you will save $40 on your ticket.

  • GiGi’s Brew Ha-Ha Fundraiser

    Plenty of entertainment will take the stage this weekend for the GiGi’s Brew Ha-Ha Fundraiser in Indianapolis. The event raises money for Indianapolis Down Syndrome Achievement Center. Former Colts punter, Hunter Smith, will take the stage as part of a lip sync battle. Tickets are still available!

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