Reinvented Lives

http://stjohnsluth.org/sermon-archive/page/13/ by | Mar 27, 2015 | art, baby boomers, careers, Coca Cola, empty nester, Frank McCourt, Golda Meir, Grandma Moses, grandmothers, KFC, late bloomers, music, older athletes, Picasso, retirement, Vassar, writing

It is never too late to be what you might have been. –George Eliot                       Isn’t it encouraging to know that even if you’re 50, 60 (or possibly older), you still have time become successful in a new career?  According to The New York Times, “Finding...

Social Insecurity Revisited

http://recochiropractic.com/wp-json/wp/v2/pages/195 by | Aug 1, 2014 | 60 Minutes, autism, baby boomers, birth certificate, COLA, disabily payments, entitlement programs, Franklin Roosevelt, insurance companies, lawyers, medicare, New York City, Obama, retirement, social security

     Social Security is supposed to be a catch-all financial safety net for retirees and Americans unable to work because of physical or mental disabilities, right? Talk about a misnomer! The truth is there is NOTHING “social” about the service (or lack thereof)....

Sixty Five

by | Jul 12, 2013 | ADHD, age 65, aging, Beatles songs, birthdays, college, family issues, golden years, law firms, life insurance, milestones, mortality, parenting, retirement, senior citizens, social security, twins, young adults

     For the past year, my husband, Henry, has been humming the Beatles’ song, “When I’m 64.” In a profound state of anxiety, he sings:  When I get older, losing my hair, many years from now, will you still be sending me a valentine, birthday greetings, bottle...

Sixty Five

     For the past year, my husband, Henry, has been humming the Beatles’ song, “When I’m 64.” In a profound state of anxiety, he sings:  When I get older, losing my hair, many years from now, will you still be sending me a valentine, birthday greetings, bottle...

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