One of the most difficult acts that one can do is to make the decision to say goodbye to their pet. As many of you know, Taxi, our Labrador retriever, has been an integral part of our family for the past fourteen years. She was a sweet, loving and smart dog who brought joy and happiness to all … [Read more...] about Saying Goodbye is Never Easy
There are many aspects of parenting that are fun and easy and some that are not. I am ashamed to say that Dan and I had a difficulty with an integral part of parenting…..being the tooth fairy! How can it be that two grown adults cannot remember that their child had lost a tooth and very … [Read more...] about Tooth Fairy and Market Success
Awhile ago, I sat down with Veronica Dagher of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) to discuss issues that we will all face in retirement other than the financial issues. Dan Crimmins - Crimmins Wealth Management, LLC Here are a few ways folks can prepare for some of the non-financial … [Read more...] about Finding Meaning in Retirement
Valentine’s Day is a holiday marketed to all of those in love with the purchase of cards, flowers and candy. But as the day is approaching, it makes me think about the meaning of love and how love actually is all around us. It is easy to feel sad on this day of love, especially if you do … [Read more...] about Happy Valentines Day!
In the age of computers, tablets and smart phones, we have access to information instantaneously. And with this access, the information overload can be addicting. This is quite evident when you are out to dinner and the table next to you is filled with devices keeping everyone occupied. A … [Read more...] about How do you fill your “White Space”?
Growing up in the tri-state area is beneficial for many reasons and one in particular is the ability to attend the Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has been around for over eighty years and I have been fortunate to have attended several times in my … [Read more...] about Happy Thanksgiving 2015