Why is change so hard? I had a conversation with my wife the other day about buying fresh berries. In fact, it’s the same conversation we’ve been having for a while now. She controls a good chunk of the grocery
The Post (#1) A big reason for starting this blog was the fact that I was not finding resources for many of the challenges I was facing at mid-life. Some of them were related to career skills and job opportunities.
The more things change… I was sitting there in my “pedal chair” at physical therapy yesterday and there was an old man of 80+ in the chair next to me. I had actually just blown him away in our little
I’ve always been ambivalent about my own wealth. You might even say that I’m obsessed with implementing a plan to give it all away (after we’re gone, of course). To that end, I wrote a post about a year ago
When I started on my “Personal finance” journey around when I was 16 years old, I used to say, “If I can’t retire by the time I’m 45 or 50, I’m going to be pissed off!”. That comment was born
Fitness after 50 This post is meant to feature some of the core topics I’d like to focus on within this blog. The main items of Finance, Food and Fitness, will eventually be referenced on my “about me” page. These
How our dietary needs change after a certain age Let’s face it, our metabolism slows down dramatically as we age. That leaves us with a couple of choices. Change what we eat and/or reduce the amount we eat. Secondly we
How hard is it to stay in shape at mid-life? Over a year ago, I decided to take the plunge into submitting my DNA to 23 and Me to find out a little more about my ancestry and my health.
What does lower back pain have to do with personal finance? I must admit, I never expected to be writing about lower back pain on this site. I started this web site to help others and to share some of
Taking off a year, turned into two For those that might not be familiar with my story of taking a year off, you can get caught up here. Well, now that year will turn into two at the end of