Saving For a Rainy Day
"When I thought about what drives me, what makes me want to get up in the morning, my 'Why'... I had to take the time to sit and think hard about what makes me happy and why I worked so hard. And once I really thought about it, the answer came to me with complete clarity. For me, it's the security of knowing I was saving for the unexpected for my family and my grandkids. I wanted to make sure that money would be available not just now but in the future. So I had to plan for the unexpected ... by saving for a rainy day.."
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