Month: January 2018

State Of The Union Your Past Year

I like State of the Union addresses. Presidents reflect, brag and remind us of all the great things that were accomplished during the past year. For each president’s first state of the union address, it’s interesting to see what they include and what they leave out. After the first year, the public is a little …

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You, Your Retirement and The Money Picture

You, Your Retirement and The Money Picture A brand new year brings new goals and a chance to revisit the ups and downs of 2017. When I look at the real picture, I actually accomplished more than I realized. Didn’t make tons of money, but I got a website up and running and learned a …

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How Do You Know When You’ve Had Enough?

When You’ve Had Enough… Work, That Is When is the best time to retire? The question looms over the heads of Baby Boomers and others who’d like to quit working. Do you need to say emphatically ENOUGH!? 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 every day and this will continue for 20 years. An alarming statistic to …

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What Living Well Looks Like Today

My blog posts, so far, have dealt with several aspects of being a retired or semi-retired person. Money, change, challenges, grief and loss and a brand new year. Maybe it’s time to take some assessments. Where are you right now? Retired? Thinking about retiring? Wondering what it’s all about? I did some searching to see …

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It’s January 1st. Got your year planned yet?

Good Morning! And Happy New Year. It’s January 1, 2018, 8:12 AM in Arizona, and cold/crisp. I usually don’t write down new resolutions. But I set goals for myself and my business. I do go over the past year and see what I’ve accomplished and what I missed. ¬†Often, to my surprise, I’ve accomplished more …

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