Money is a huge source of stress for many people — and more stress is the last thing anyone needs during a global pandemic. It can be easy to avoid checking your finances and dealing with issues, but that avoidance tends to backfire. Cut yourself some slack for not being totally on top of your finances during a time like this. Try discussing your financial anxieties with a trusted friend or family member to help tame your stress. As for handling money issues, start by simply keeping a task list. Then, set aside a short amount of time to check your cash flow or face one specific, pressing problem.
“I’m up for anything that’s gonna get the fans as loud as possible,” Rodgers said, via ProFootballTalk. “Maybe slash some beer prices or something, would be a good idea.”The topic of getting fans loud while the defense is on the field came up after the Packers announced they will sound a foghorn when the team is attempting to hold the opposition on third down. Eric Reid sounds infuriated with Jay Z and Roc Nation’s NFL deal NFL news and notes: Andrew Luck’s injury somehow gets worse; Tom Brady trash talks former teammate Aaron Rodgers is a man of the people.The Packers quarterback proposed dropping the price of beer as a way to get fans at Lambeau Field loud while the defense is on the field. Related News Tom Brady gifts ex-teammate Mike Vrabel mini trophy of last year’s Patriots-Titans score Volume UP…..the Packers 3rd Down, Get Loud, Titanic, Rumbling Fart Horn. pic.twitter.com/lj2OO3jX1L— Bill Michaels (@Bill_Michaels) August 9, 2019For a 16-ounce can of domestic beer, the price was $8.25 at Lambeau last season. That’s a heftier price tag than a beer at a local bar and eight cents above the average cost of beer between the 32 NFL stadiums.The Bengals, Falcons, Texans, Lions, Ravens and Cardinals have the cheapest beer options in the league at $5 per draft beer. The Raiders hold the title for the most expensive cost of draft beer, at $10.75 a pop.Rodgers probably wouldn’t mind seeing his fanbase get louder with an extra brew in their hands.