Living Well with Inflation Series

Thursdays, Oct. 6 - 27, 2022

9:00 to 10:00 AM

Are you wondering what causes inflation and how to live well despite the challenges increasing costs present in our daily lives?

The goal of this series is to provide practical strategies to manage the numerous impacts of inflation and leverage them towards positive growth in our lives.

Join Family Resource Management Specialist, Dr. Bryce Jorgensen, and a team of Extension Agents from around New Mexico for this multiple webinar series.




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Living Well with Inflation Flyer

Session One - October 6

Session One Recording

Part 1: What is Inflation?

Bryce L. Jorgensen, PhD, AFC, CHC
NMSU Associate Professor
Family Resource Management Extension Specialist

Part 2: Building Resilience to Thrive and Grow in Inflationary Times

Dianne Christensen, MS NMCEP
NMSU Associate Professor
Bernalillo County FCS Agent


Session Two - October 13

Session Two Recording

Part 1: Discovering Spending Leaks and Ways to Stop Them

Joy Russell (Czmyrid), MA
NMSU Assistant Professor
Rio Arriba County FCS Agent

Part 2: Discovering Spending Leaks and Ways to Stop Them

Beatriz G. Favela, LCSW, NMCEP, CCHW
NMSU Assistant Professor
Doña Ana County FCS Agent


Session Three - October 20

Session Three Recording

Part 1: Managing Debt

Desaree Jimenez, MA
Los Alamos County FCS Agent

Part 2: Managing General Costs of Living

Susann Mikkelson
NMSU Assistant Professor
Guadalupe County FCS Agent


Session Four - October 27

Session Four Recording

Part 1: Managing Investment Strategies for Inflationary Times

Rick Griffiths, M.ED, CFCS, NMCEP
NMSU Associate Professor
San Juan County FCS Agent

Part 2: Creating Family Fun and Traveling of Less

Bryce Jorgensen, PhD, AFC, CHC
NMSU Associate Professor
Family Resource Management Extension Specialist


If you are an individual with a disability who is in need of an auxiliary aid or service, please contact Dianne Christensen at diannec@nmsu.edu or call at 505-243-1386 by Sep. 22.

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