You can’t escape the bleak financial news. Leading economists and financial institutions like Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Chase are warning of a potential recession heading our way this year. And then, there’s inflation. They say we’re on the downswing finally. But coming from a 9.1% inflation rate last year, a 40-year high by the way, it’s still shocking when your quick trip to the grocery store (not your stock-up marathon) drains nearly $100 from your wallet. If that weren’t enough, I learned a new financial term – stagflation. According to Time, it’s an old-school word for when recession and inflation happen at the same time. They’re not sure it’ll happen in 2023, but they don’t rule it out.