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Group Travel Is Not For Everyone

#beautiful girls in India # school girls

While in India, I was chatting with my son via WhatApps, you know just checking in with him for the day. As I shared how things were going with me traveling with 21 other people, I realized  there was a morsel I'd shared with him that is worth sharing with you. That nugget … [Read More...]

Conversation With Amy Goyer: Juggling Life, Work, and Caregiving

Did you know that Amy Goyer recently published a new book, "Juggling Life, Work, and Caregiving." Many of you know her as a well respected expert in aging and families, specializing in family caregiving and multigenerational issues. Others may know her from AARP. She is a … [Read More...]

Can I Do Good And Still Make Money: Trade vs Charity

#Janet Nkubana #patricia a. Patton

Charity is what comes to mind when I think of helping others. My life experience reinforced this belief with images of children with bloated bellies, requests for Church Building Funds ad infinitum; the annual sale of Girls' Scout cookies for a cause that was not clear; and … [Read More...]

How Can A Trade Not Aid Basket Be The Path To Peace

#rwanda weavers

In 1997 I was flying from Bamako, Mali to Accra, Ghana when I heard that the Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana, a Hutu, had been killed when his plane was shot down. I did not have a clue about the history of the Hutus and Tutsis at the time. News from this part of the … [Read More...]

Why You Should Not Stay Put With Your Current Prescription Insurance Plan

There is absolutely no one more lazy than me when it comes to doing the work necessary to properly switch insurance plans. On a subliminal level I feel the insurance company has the best hand and I cannot win when selecting insurance. Fortunately I have been extremely lucky … [Read More...]