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Three Items You Should Replace Now

There is nothing wrong with saving money, but when it comes to these items, you should spend the cash. Here are three things you need to replace right now.

Worn Tires

As the weather changes you should pay attention to your tires. Rain and snow will affect your drive. It’s important to make sure they are properly filled and the treading is in good shape. If you’ve got bald tires you should replace them as soon as possible. The last thing you want is to get into an accident because of those tires. Replacing a set of tires will probably cost less than a hospital stay, or legal bills that come with an accident.


A good night’s sleep is very important to your health. You pillow plays a major role in your sleep, affecting your health and overall happiness. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, you should replace your pillows every couple of years. Whether its dust, or microscopic mites, breathing those in while you sleep can seriously affect your lungs. Getting new pillows is definitely worth the cost.

Old Sneakers

Some people let their sneakers wear down until the soles have holes. The cushioning and support are intended to protect your feet and joints, and if they’re worn, you could be at risk of injury. There are different thoughts on exactly when you should replace your sneakers, depending on how often they’re used. Spending the money to get a new pair of sneakers will make your daily walk or run safer and more comfortable.

Replacing these items will give you a better chance for a healthier life. You should also consider improving your financial health with help from your credit union! SeaComm’s partnership with GreenPath Financial Wellness can help you reach a brighter financial future. GreenPath provides SeaComm members with access to free one-on-one financial counseling, student loan counseling, debt management services and more. To learn more about how SeaComm’s partnership with GreenPath can help you, click here or call (877) 337-3399.  


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