If you are one of those Reno residents who makes New Year's resolutions, here are some ideas for getting started toward a good new year and new decade. Reasonable goals improve your chances of success, so latch onto things you can actually do and get going toward better times ahead. I resolve to...
Tired of being ripped off by big banks? Reno/Tahoe credit unions
are good places to start getting your finances in order. Customer members are actually part owners, so everyone has a stake in creating a fair, thrifty, and honest financial institution.
Around the Reno/Tahoe region, there are numerous places to get what you need and want without paying too much. From food to clothing to recreation, there's money to be saved. Check out my Reno Penny Pincher's Guide
for lots of ideas about being a thrifty shopper.
This is a common resolution, but always in vogue for a good reason - we tend to overeat and pack on the pounds during the holiday season. Get thee to one of our Reno Gyms, Health Clubs, and Fitness Centers
to get your body back (the one inside those extra pounds).
If you have missed one or more of Reno's big annual events
, resolve now to attend at least one of them. There are plenty from which to choose and they're all major fun - Earth Day, Reno Rodeo, Hot August Nights, Reno River Festival, Tour de Nez, Cinco de Mayo, Artown, Hot August Nights, Reno Air Races, and lots more. Lighten up, have some fun, and support everyone in our community who works hard to help create good times for all.
Reno families will find a variety of things to do in the Reno / Lake Tahoe region
. Families with children can choose from amusement parks, art centered activities, and adventures in the great outdoors. Whatever you and your children enjoy doing, there are activities everyone in the family can enjoy.