Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ biography was released yesterday; his biographer, Walter Issacson, talks candidly about Mr. Jobs’ genius here. I’ve watched with respect and amazement how people all over the world have reacted to his death. More than a million people from around the word have shared their memories and feelings about Mr. Jobs on […]
I read an article in the New York State Bar Association Journal by Robert Abrams that discussed our aging population and the coming Silver Tsunami. The article included some interesting and alarming statistics. By the year 2030, one out of every five Americans will be at least 65 years of age. As we age, life […]
Today is Evaluate Your Life Day … interesting, because most of us evaluate or reevaluate “things” on Jan. 1 or our birthdays. But, alas, there are always areas in our lives we can improve and make better decisions about. Most of the changes we know we need to make are centered on our work, health […]
“Are you sitting down?” It was my mother on the other end of the phone. It just so happened, I was sitting, something I’d been doing a lot of, given the fact I was in the second trimester of my second pregnancy. “Yeah mom, what’s up?” I was using that rushed, impatient tone with her, […]
I was very surprised that within a year of my treatment, I was able to qualify for additional life insurance to protect my family in the event of a recurrence or other unplanned event.