An old saying: There is a lid for every pot, or there is someone for everyone. I don’t know about you, but I have to say that I am a very lucky dog. I have a wonderful mom, a brilliant dad, and a bunch of crazy loving brothers who married a bunch of fabulous sisters-in-law.
I am destined to be poor. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, let me paint my mine so you can see. I can’t stand caviar. The texture, the smell and the look of it just makes me nauseated. Caviar is for the rich, therefore I am destined to be poor. I hate silk,
Do you remember your parents teaching you the importance of saving money? Now that you are a grown up and accountable for your own income, it is time to give back. Here are five proactive steps you can take to help your aging parents manage their finances: 1) Consolidate Accounts – If your parents have
I have a daily habit of glancing through the obituaries in the local newspaper. I do this to see if anyone I know has passed away. If so, I can pay a final tribute. As I grow older, I find myself grateful that I am still alive and functioning. Lately, I’ve begun to wonder things
Life Metaphors. We’ve all heard this very famous saying from the movie Forrest Gump: “Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get.” I have a new life metaphor about hot yoga. “Life is like a class of hot yoga. You will never know what you’re going to get”.
Breakups are difficult enough on their own, but when you’re still in love with your ex, it’s almost unbearable. It feels like your heart is being ripped out of your chest every day. Thinking about breakup over and over again makes your condition worse. Are you going through a breakup like this? Here are some