FOR FUN: 3 Incredible Thrift Store Finds

Thrift and antique stores are often packed with objects no one wants. But in the mix of Depression-era glassware, dusty books, and vintage clothing, you can find treasure. Sometimes, you just have to look very closely. Here are three thrift store finds that were later discovered to be something amazing. The Declaration of Independence Though… Read More »

Spring-Clean Your Finances

With the arrival of spring comes the annual tradition of spring-cleaning. You clean out your home and organize your garage — at least, you try to. But with all the tidying up, are you also “spring-cleaning” your finances? Cleaning up your finances every year is just as important as organizing your home. It’s an excellent… Read More »

Two Ways to Cut the Stress Out of Estate Planning

From my perspective, the goal of estate planning is to provide peace of mind. It’s a way to ease the burden for your loved ones in the future. Many families end up in a situation where they’re dealing with countless people and challenges following the passing of a loved one. When an estate plan isn’t… Read More »

Another Side of the Story: Terri Schiavo’s Brother Speaks Out

Terri Schiavo was the subject of one of the nation’s most famous and divisive end-of-life cases.   Bobby Schindler is her brother, and he is the president of the Terri Schiavo Life and Hope Network.   Schindler recently joined Rebecca A. Hobbs of ElderLawAnsers to tell his sister’s story.   Terri Schiavo was only 26… Read More »

Feel Like You Can’t Do DIY Projects Anymore?

Check Out These 3 Power Tools   As you age, it can be harder to tackle the home projects you once did without a second thought. That said, just because they appear harder doesn’t mean they’re impossible to do. And, luckily, with age comes experience; you know how to get a job done faster and… Read More »

Dispelling Two Common Money Myths:

1. It’s best for one member of the household to manage the finances. It’s not uncommon for one person in a household to be the one who pays the bills and manages all the accounts. Some people don’t necessarily enjoy being involved in the finances, so by default, one person shoulders the responsibility. While this… Read More »

A Look Back in Time: WHAT HAPPENED IN MARCH 1965?

Do you remember March 1965? For some people, it’s a distant memory. For those born after 1965, it’s a month and  year in history. Here are three major events that took place in March, 55 years ago.   On March 2, 1965, “The Sound of Music” was released in theaters. It starred Julie Andrews and… Read More »

Organized Madness

March is an exciting month around here. First, March Madness is on! My brother, my two boys and I have developed something of a tradition over the last seven years — we travel out to the 2020 NCAA Final Four at the end of March. My brother is in Ohio, and we all fly in… Read More »