Monthly Archives: April 2016

THE GRANDKID DILEMMA

REAL ESTATE – ELLEE CELLER, REALTOR – I am a healthy Realtor in my retirement years, although I am still love working. Like many of you I have grandchildren. They live in Vermont and in Portland, Oregon. Although they are … Continue reading

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A HISTORY OF MEANNESS

LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER – In 1968 a very brave teacher named Jane Elliott embarked on a social experiment with her classroom of third graders.  She wanted to teach them about prejudice.  In my opinion, she taught them … Continue reading

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THE MOST IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION SKILL

RETIREMENT COACHING – DEBBIE DRINKARD GROVUM – What is the most important skill you could improve to help you communicate better as you age? Maybe you would like to express your feelings more effectively to your family and friends. If … Continue reading

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INTO THE WOODS – PART 1

TECHNOLOGY AND YOU – GARY M. KAYE –  When many of us were growing up, a family camping trip really meant roughing it.  Back then, our folks would cram us and whatever gear we had into a sedan, or if … Continue reading

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LAST CALL FOR FILE AND SUSPEND

RETIREMENT – ANDY LANDIS – Now that your taxes are down, time is running out for Social Security’s traditional “file and suspend” strategy. The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (BBA 2015) changed two key Social Security filing strategies, “file and … Continue reading

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