My daughter had her first day of high school today. I have a ton of mixed emotions. I am proud of her and all that she is accomplished. I am excited for her and the future she will begin to set out on. I am also a touch nostalgic and sad. My baby girl is … Continue reading Beyond College Cost Planning – Are Our Kids Ready Emotionally?
My daughter is a competitive swimmer. When I’m not helping clients, I spend the majority of my time “Ubering” her around to practice and meets. Meets are usually an all weekend event. Swimming is a demanding sport from a time, dedication, and physical perspective. She loves it – most of the time. Lately, it’s been … Continue reading The Power of Grinding It Out
My mother would have been 70 today. I wrote the article below shortly after she passed. I still think that the advice and resources I discuss are as important today as they were then. Being an advocate for ourselves sometimes seems like we are being “a pain” or a difficult patient but if you don’t … Continue reading Missing My Mom and Health Care Decisions