Close to 7.3 million consumers have either enrolled or were re-enrolled since November 15, 2014.
Via the Health and Human Services (HHS) web site, HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell said. “Don’t wait until deadline day to learn about your options and the financial help that is available. Join the millions who have gotten coverage visiting HealthCare.gov or contacting the Marketplace Call Center to find a plan that fits your family’s needs.”
Don't delay it any further, if you do not have medical or dental coverage, if you have a baby, adopted a child/baby, lost healthcare coverage or got married in 2015, you should be inquiring about this coverage.
Every Monday, do you have the Monday Morning Blues? Do you start to get these Monday Morning Blues on Sunday evening? Do you like your co-workers? Are you stressed every day? Are you having negative thoughts about sabotaging a project at work? Have your boss told you and you already know that your performance is not up to par?
These are just a few signs that it may be time to move on to a new job. You want to stay but all signs point to it's time for you to go.
1) The spark has gone - You use to have so much pep and spark about tackling a new project, learning something new and just waking up in the morning. You no longer get this excitement could be a sign that you may need to move on.
2) Dislike - You do not like or care for your co-associates and/or your boss.
3) Stressed out and negative - If you are stressed out an extraordinary amount of time at work and have nothing but negative thoughts, it may be time.
4) Underutilized skills - Your skills are not being used. You feel like you are not growing and being given any opportunities that your co-associates are being given. Your four years college degree is not being used, it is time to move onto a new job and may even be time for a career change.
5) Work-Life-Balance - Whatever happened to work, life and balance. If you no longer feel that you can balance between your work life and your home life, it may be time to find a more suitable job for you.
6) Lacking in performance - If you feel that your work performance is lacking or going down slowly, this may be a sign. If you are normally a top performer but now your work is below mediocre then you need to get back to being a top performer at another company.
It is overdue but get up, find one reason to continue working at your current job, continue to work hard every day - you are being paid to do your job; start your job search, incorporate work-life-balance, join a gym to help decrease stress in your life, eat healthy, and prepare yourself to move on to a better and new opportunity for you. Good Luck.
"Take those chances and you can achieve greatness, whereas if you go conservative, you'll never know. I truly believe what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Even if you fail, learning and moving on is sometimes the best thing."