Who’s Minding the Parents?

Daughters devote twice as much time as sons to caring for aging parents, according to research presented at the American Sociological Association’s annual meeting. Using data from the University of Michigan Health and Retirement Study – a national, longitudinal study that surveys more than 26,000 Americans older than age 50… Read More ›

The Benefits of Music for Baby Boomers

Have you ever heard a certain song and been instantly transported to another place and time? Maybe it was your wedding song, and your heart starts to pound remembering the powerful emotions of the day. Maybe it was a song on the radio as you had your first kiss and… Read More ›

Retiring and Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

“It doesn’t matter where you are coming from. All that matters is where you are going.” – Brian Tracy As a coach and speaker, my job is to encourage people who are leaving their familiar work environment and entering a new chapter of life to try new and different things. However,… Read More ›

Love and Marriage in Retirement

You spent a lifetime together raising children, going to work, going to meetings, and in general, meeting everyone else’s needs. Whether one or both of you worked outside of the home, you are now retired, together in the house alone…just you and your spouse…now what? If you are among the… Read More ›