Planning Tomorrow Today

November 23, 2016

“I’m not ready” is frequently part of the internal dialogue we have during our lives. “I’m not ready to leave my family and go to college.” “I’m not ready to be married.” “I’m not ready to have a child.” “I’m not ready for my child to leave for college.” “I’m not ready to uproot my […]

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Baby Boomers: Revolutionizing Aging

November 18, 2016

Just as Baby Boomers changed the U.S. perspective on civil, women’s, and disabled rights; eradicated polio; and introduced new concepts in music, technology and media, we are revolutionizing aging. We control over 70 percent of disposable income in the U.S. We reintroduced the concept of working all your life, not because you couldn’t survive without […]

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Help Others – and Yourself: Volunteer

November 10, 2016

Volunteers donated 7.9 billion hours of volunteer service worth $184 billion in 2014.   How many of those hours did you contribute? Wish you could contribute more? Not sure how to get started? Or even why? Why Do People Volunteer? Most people volunteer out of the goodness of their hearts and to give something back […]

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Add Years to Your Life; Add Life to Your Years

November 2, 2016

Aging is inevitable, but the speed of aging may not be, according to new research. We’re all familiar with the adage, “Age is a state of mind,” and science is proving it true. Positive attitudes about aging may keep older adults physically robust and sharp minded, according to a January study published in “Personality and […]

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