“Retirement is wonderful if you have two essentials: much to live on and much to live for.” Unknown The Christmas Epiphany One year ago, Maggie and I had our Christmas Epiphany. We watched the finger of God poke through the hazy summer sky and wiggle around looking for its target. It eney-meany-miney-moed around the bathers... Continue Reading →
The world is home to 1.5 billion cats and dogs. And each year we spend $60 billion on our furry friends. So how did we become so pet crazy?
The holiday season is coming. For many Gen Xers, it’s time to do some travelling. So we’ve got just the thing for you: The best three travel tips for Generation X. These little gems of travel tippy goodness have been uncovered during three decades of global vagrancy, travelling everywhere from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe. Generation... Continue Reading →
What do skydiving and early retirement have in common? A big come down! And, as it turns out, retiring from extreme sports has some surprising lessons for early retirees.
Busy? Getting Busier? Try this quiz to radar-check your Speed of Life. Chances are, you're stuck in the FAST lane. Here’s how to SLOW life down.
When tragedy hit our local high school, through the helplessness and loss, we saw a generation mature beyond its years. And perhaps our last great hope…
Having trouble getting out of bed to exercise? Here’s my 5 top tips to help motivate Generation X to fire up for fitness and unleash the beast.
Is Generation X curious, still? When we’re curious, we’re happier, healthier and social. But curiosity declines with age. So use it or lose it. Here’s how…