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Casey Carbery, Assistant Branch Manager at the Charleston First Reliance location, discusses becoming a first time mom in this first in a series of videos. As part of our “Mom’s First” Better Life Program, she’ll share the preparations and steps she’s taken to get ready for the arrival of her new little boy. First Reliance Bank Mom Video

Children proudly bring home drawings and, for many, it’s a family tradition to put them up on the refrigerator with magnets. But what do you do when your fridge is overflowing with such pieces of art? Do you decide to put some away temporarily and rotate them every so often? Do you simply trash others, or just keep piling them on? How do you pick the most “fridge-worthy” without hurting your child’s feelings? We’ve turned for advice to the experts and guess who that would be? Moms! Here’s what they have to say about weeding out, recycling, re-purposing and preserving your precious child’s art. Your Child’s Artwork: To Keep Or Not To Keep What To Do With All Your Kid’s Projects What To Do With Kids’ Artwork 12 Things To Do With Kids’ Art What To Do With Kid Art 5 Ways To Organize and Display Your Child’s Artwork Beyond ...

Summer’s almost here. Are you looking forward to vacation? With the kids out of school and no homework duties, it’s time to trade in long pants and slacks for sandals and shorts. Planning to hit the road for some much needed stress relief and fun? Thinking of packing up the car and heading to the beach, the lake, mountains? Is it time to visit a favorite relative? For most Moms, vacation planning includes taking a hard look at the family budget and working a little magic on the family checkbook. Fuel is often one of the biggest expenses in a vacation budget. Is your car a gas-guzzler? Maybe it’s time to consider a more fuel efficient car, van or SUV. But selecting a vehicle that works for you and fits into your budget can be a challenge.

 Here are some facts that can help you make a smarter car choice: ...

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