Is there ever a good time to get out of the stock market? There are lots of factors to consider, but your risk tolerance and time left to retirement are two biggies.
Eight months after losing my job, I’ve hit a turning point. I’m starting to see progress and my imagination and creativity have been fueled.
Aging has its perks, and turning 55 offers a moment of reflection. Here are 5 fun things about turning 55. It’s time to celebrate!
It’s a sad day as I get ready to say goodbye to my beloved cat, Smoke.It’s amazing how a little ball of fur can melt our hearts.
Here’s my story of adversity. Many thanks to Fred at MoneyWithAPurpose for giving me this opportunity. Enjoy the read!
Here’s my 7 month report of life beyond the office. I’ve created a dysfunctional approach to entrepreneurship that demands a redesign.
How do you pitch your business idea in 90 seconds? Try these five tips and you’ll deliver your pitch with confidence and style.
Half of women in America fear they’ll be broke and homeless – a nightmare that reflects a society with few social safety nets.
To move forward in life, we often have to step outside our comfort zone. And boy, did I ever leap outside of my zone!
The Five Journeys are about building a life of fulfillment over a lifetime. And here’s my role model for healthy aging – my mom.
Six months after being fired, I’m doing alright financially. Emotionally, it’s been a rollercoaster of ups and downs.
Suze Orman hates the FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) movement. Well, Suze, I’m not buying your toxic dose of fatalism.