Leaping into February

February may be a short month, but there is a lot going on. To kick off the month, I’ll be attending the second annual National Alliance of Attorneys for Alzheimer’s Planning (N3AP) conference. This takes place Feb. 1 and 2 in sunny Tempe, Arizona. As a founding member of the N3AP, I am fortunate to… Read More »

3 Ways to Recover From a Cold Faster

We’re in the middle of cold and flu season. During the winter months, these common illnesses can spread like wildfire. As we get older, these illnesses can last longer and be more severe as our bodies work hard to fight off the infection. To add to the challenge, these types of illnesses can be hard… Read More »

A Look Back on an Exciting Year

It’s been a good year, both at the office and at home. On the home front, it’s been a particularly exciting year for my three kids. My daughter, Sara, moved back home from North Carolina with her husband, Jeremy.  She went to law school in North Carolina and had been practicing law there for the… Read More »

Ways to Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder

Last week we touched on the “Holiday Blues”. We’d like to revisit it, as the days still aren’t yet getting any shorter. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that people experience every fall and winter. If you find yourself feeling blue as the days become shorter and darker, know there are things… Read More »