From the monthly archives: August 2015

Last week I gave a speech about the world in 2095.  Not my usual timeframe–I’m happiest talking about the mid-Twenties.  But thinking about it took me down a number of interesting paths.  

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You definitely need a plan to share passwords with your executor. If a digital asset is encrypted or protected by a strong password, the asset is effectively lost. Sharing passwords is a start, but it is not enough.

You may have multiple e-mail accounts, personal or family websites and blogs, domain names, important records, collections […]

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I need more time, doc!

While I can tell you how to live longer, healthier, and happier, I can’t wave a magic wand and make an extra hour in the day. That course wasn’t offered in medical school!

But I get it. We are all busy. Between work and family and errands (and browsing Facebook […]

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Many women are finding the time and energy to workout more, which is good news for the health and fitness industry for sure. But as more women pack their gym bags or take their fitness outside, a lot of misconceptions exist on exactly how to stay fit. Here I breakdown some common mistakes many of […]

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The Purpose Checkup

On August 17, 2015 By

What is your purpose? We all have a unique gift and were put on this earth to share it. What is yours?

The first step toward unlocking your purpose is to mine your life story for major threads and themes that reveal your lifelong gifts, passions, and values. Next, create a clear purpose statement that […]

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Single women are the second-largest group of homeowners after couples, and they purchase almost twice as many homes on a first-time and repeat basis than single men do, reports the National Association of Home Builders [2].

More women than men live alone, and single women are more likely to own their homes than […]

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Tax planning is probably the last think you’re thinking of this summer. April 15th is way off in the future and you may not have even filed everything away from 2014. Taxpayers who filed for extension haven’t even finished their taxes. However, a mid-year tax planning session is an excellent time to review projections and […]

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The ghosts, the commuters, the visitors, the stories…they all pass across the screen in Jim Campbell’s Grand Central Station #2, a poetic meditation on movement and memory. On view in the exhibition, Watch This: Revelations in Media Art,

Campbell’s LED-based work features shadows that move across the floor of […]

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Continued from Ten Stupid Things People Do To Mess Up Their IRA’S: Part 1

4. Not beginning the required distributions on time. You are required to begin taking the minimum required distribution (“MRD”) by April 1 of the year following the year in which you attain the age of 70 ½. Making this […]

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