Will she or won’t she? You never know until you ask! But before you plan an expensive evening out, check out our list of budget-friendly marriage proposal ideas that have all the romance you need for a memorable moment and almost ensure an affirmative answer.
Do your kids love crafts? Try these easy ideas to help them create extra-special homemade Valentines and decorations that are truly from the heart.
This Valentine’s Day, think beyond your significant other, and spread the love to your neighbors and your community. Here are just a few ideas for gifts and activities that give back.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, many minds turn to thoughts of love — and marriage. If you're planning to pop the big question, brush up on your diamond IQ before you start shopping for an engagement ring to ensure you make a smart choice.
Take a look at your household budget. (You do have a budget, right?). There’s a good chance that your monthly grocery bill is one of your major expenditures. But it doesn’t have to be. Try these strategies to seriously slash your grocery spending.
Nothing ruins a nice family dinner quicker than the whining, fighting, complaining and waiting games that come with a kid who’s a stubborn picky eater. The good news is, your kid is not the only one who doesn't like to try new things.
Lee County dignitaries and officials joined MAX board members, executives, and associates at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for MAX's Auburn Downtown branch. MAX also announced the winners of its #MAXgives campaign, which donated $25,000 to five non-profit organizations selected by the community.
A cluttered home can lead to a cluttered life, and that can lead to unnecessary stress. If your New Year’s resolutions included getting more organized, use these cheap and easy tips to get your house in order.
Every parent wants their little angel to act like one, but if you’re not emphasizing the importance of good manners early, you’re setting yourself (and your child) up for some hard lessons later.
MAX is celebrating the opening of our new Auburn regional branch, located at 336 North Gay Street.
Gifts, cards, décor: The holidays bring with them a multitude of ways to part you from your hard-earned money. This could mean that throwing a holiday party is out of the question. Or is it?
Read on to learn how you can host a seasonal soiree that’s fun and frugal.
Plenty of New Year's resolutions focus on getting fit. Did you know that exercise does more than benefit your body? It's great for your mental health as well!
According to Sharon Wahl, a MAX Technology Computer Operator and a Les Mills-certified fitness instructor in the River Region, physical fitness is one of the best ways to reduce stress. Wahl says unchecked stress can lead to a host of health problems like irritability, poor sleep quality and disease. So do your body and your brain some good: Get up and get moving!
Many of us make major New Year’s resolutions that seem like great ideas at the time. However, they often require drastic changes in our lifestyle, and as a result they become almost impossible to keep.
This year, think small. With a few simple steps, you can make some big changes in your health.
The best way to add some wiggle room to your budget is to identify ways to cut your everyday expenses. And you don’t have to resort to sitting in the dark, eating beans from a can to do it.
Check out this list of simple, smart ideas that will add up to meaningful savings.
It’s that time of year again. Time for Secret Santa.
Coming up with a bunch of thoughtful and thrifty gifts can be a challenge, especially if you barely know the person whose name you drew out of the hat. Follow these four simple tips to become the savviest secret Santa around.
All too often, the holidays devolve into a self-centered celebration, particularly for children whose heads are filled with visions of new toys, clothes and games.
This year, shift the focus from “me, mine and want” to “others, love and giving” with these simple tips.
Down in the South, college football ignites passions and brings out emotions that burn hot and run deep. And while there’s nothing wrong with some healthy competition, if we’re not careful, our team spirit can turn too serious, especially when it comes to long-standing rivalries. Use these tips to keep your football fandom friendly and fun.
Help MAX Promote the Spirit of Giving
MAX Team Members, in conjunction with the MAX4Kids Foundation®, will be donating toys to Common Ground Montgomery's 8th Annual Christmas Store. MAX is asking everyone to join us in our efforts to provide the Christmas Store with more toys than it has ever received before!
Will you help us bring joy to children's hearts this year by assisting MAX and Common Ground Montgomery in creating the best Christmas Store the city has ever had?
MAX awarded one lucky debit card user with 100,000 myMAX Rewards points. It turns out that we couldn't have found a more deserving winner.
Mere hours after focusing on all the things we’re thankful for, we’re drawn out before dawn to buy more things. The temptation of finding price cuts and sales at stores big and small is almost too much to bear.
It’s Black Friday, and while there are good —even great — savings available, if you’re buying things you don’t need or buying items without doing your homework, you may not be saving at all.
Use these thrifty and easy hands-on craft activities to teach your children the history of Thanksgiving and emphasize the holiday's true meaning. Plus, you'll have some sweet keepsakes when you're all done!
For many of us, Thanksgiving has become synonymous with indulging (and over-indulging) in heavy, not so healthy, foods. Consider a lighter holiday menu this year with these better-for-you, but still delicious, alternatives to some Thanksgiving classics.
Autumn brings with it an abundance of natural beauty that beckons us outside. So when you're planning your Thanksgiving-themed decor, why not bring some of it in?
Besides, why pay for expensive decorations when you can shop for free outdoors? Consider these ideas plucked straight from Mother Nature.
On October 15, MAX held its 15th Annual MAX4Kids Charity Golf Tournament at the Capitol Hill Golf Course of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Prattville, Alabama.
MAX is sponsoring an on-site document destruction event in an effort to help consumers prevent identity theft.
The free event will be held on Friday, November 21, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Paterson Field parking lot at 1201 Madison Avenue in Montgomery.
“If you build it, they will come.”
It’s an idea that’s been the impetus of many major projects, and it’s part of what’s driving Ed Grimes, MAX’s Vice President of Business Services, and a team of dedicated volunteers to redevelop Montgomery’s Lagoon Park.
We all know “going green” is about saving the planet, but did you know living a more efficient and sustainable lifestyle could also save you money?
Check out these easy, earth-friendly changes you can make at your house.
MAX is donating $25,000 to the Auburn community via its #MAXgives campaign, and the Finalists have been named!
Football season is here, and that means it’s time to tailgate. When gathering for the big game outside the stadium or in your own backyard, there are a few safety considerations to keep in mind.
Use this list to ensure your next tailgate is terrific from start to finish.
Don’t wait until they move out or go off to college to teach your child the importance of saving and how to manage money. The best time to impart this valuable wisdom is while they’re still under your roof.
Here are a few time-tested ways to raise a financially responsible teenager.
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