I’ve decided to stick with the oatmeal theme again this month because I have one more oatmeal recipe I want to share with you. Do you think I like oatmeal? This one is baked oatmeal. It’s super easy to put together, uses ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen like bananas and eggs and milk and oatmeal and blueberries and it’s baked in about 45 minutes. And the result is this wonderful creation that has a crusty top and custardy inside that you won’t stop eating. I make this recipe most Saturday mornings.
My sticking with the oatmeal theme makes me wonder about one thing. Are you sticking with the financial awareness theme? How’s the debt reduction plan coming along? Are you taking full advantage of your employer’s tax advantaged savings plan? Have you implemented a savings and investing plan? These are very simple questions and I pose a variation of them most every month. Why? Because financial fitness is a lot like a good recipe. If you follow a good recipe you’ll get a good result. If you have a good recipe for financial fitness then follow through and you too will get a good result. And if you need someone to help you sort out your debt or start that saving program please call us. We’d love to help you out.
Unlike last month, the recipe for the baked oatmeal isn’t on the newsletter. But it is on our website at www.docfcu.org. Or if you want me to send you the recipe just drop me a line or give me a call.
Till Next Time,
Evan Clark, President and CEO
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