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Rumble's Top 11 Fall Beers

‘Tis the season for pumpkin, spice and all things brewed to taste nice. If you’re like me you may not be the biggest fan of pumpkin spice lattes, but I am a fan of all things fall and all things beer. The whole idea behind craft beers is to offer your taste buds a new sensation, so why not delight them with something exciting this fall.

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Marathon Training Scaries

I am standing in my warm, dimly lit living room clutching a hot mug, scowling at the frostbitten ground outside, blanketed with air that has yet to feel the sun's warmth, when my black cat pounces onto the rocking chair on the porch. She jolts me out of my reverie and I spill coffee on socks that don’t match. She balances precariously on the top rung of the chair as it rocks back and forth with the sudden momentum of her scrawny body. Yellow-green eyes find me through the glass and a pointed meow reminds me of what I should have already known — she is hungry and cold. 

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Cinnamon in the Rye

Rumble Reader • Recipe Recommendation |

“This is the fall cocktail we currently have on repeat in our home. It is light, with warm autumn flavors. Enjoy!”

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Finding Your Fortune

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | Wheel…of…Fortune!

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Herby Chicken Noodle Soup

Last week I spent a four days biking across North Carolina with family and friends. It was an incredible chance to challenge the mind and body. We saw the rural areas of the state that are tucked far off our major highways, explored small towns we would otherwise be unlikely to visit and were almost exclusively out of doors for four days and nights — a rare opportunity in this day in age. 

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What's In A Name

By Sabrina Mathney • Rumble Contributor | I Am Bri Hear Me Roar! 

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Your Financial Health: Give Inflation a HAND

As of this writing, the Federal Reserve has increased the federal funds target rate by 0.75 to curtail inflation. What does this mean? First, we need to understand inflation and the marketplace. 

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Developing Your Intuition

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | I spy with my little eye

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A RAD Reflection

Do you listen to podcasts? I listen to a variety of podcasts so when a common theme surfaces seemingly serendipitously, I pay attention. A few years back, one podcaster shared the idea of planning for the next year in the current year. The idea was to take time to reflect on the current year (i.e., 2022), create a plan for the next year (i.e., 2023), and deploy that plan early (i.e., before the end of 2022). Then, a couple of different podcasters suggested the same idea on their respective podcasts. When something like that happens to me, I tend to pay attention! 

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