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 »

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 »

Stay Active During Your Golden Years

3 Part-Time Jobs for Retirees Whether you want to generate some extra income during your retirement or just keep yourself busy, getting a part-time job can be a great way to spend your golden years. But why settle for just any opportunity when you could stay mentally and physically active and give back to the… Read More »

A New Year and an Updated Plan

Are You Ready for the Next Decade?   As we enter a new year — and a new decade — there are undoubtedly many things on your mind. Many people are setting goals and planning for the year ahead. As you think about what you want to get out of 2020, it’s important to consider… Read More »