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Fun on Fixed Income

So, I’m 51 years old but don’t feel a day over 50.  Of course, 50 is the new 40.  I’m not sure what that means but it sounds good. Even though I feel I’m under the radar, age-wise, I am a fan of AARP.  I joined the minute I turned 50 because I wanted the […]

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Creative Use of Resources

I love to read about people or organizations who come up with creative solutions to problems while taking advantage of existing resources.  An article in AARP (yes, I’m over 50) recently reported on a program started by the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs in Little Rock, Arkansas.  It’s a caregiving match program through which veterans […]

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The Purpose of The Bucket List

The bucket list was made famous by the movie of the same name. The leading characters played by Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman created a bucket list to do the things they’d always wanted to do before they died. It’s a great concept but the magnitude of the items may overshadow the purpose. Essentially, a […]

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