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In previous posts, I’ve mentioned that my husband and I have more free time now that our kids are out of the house and we have an empty nest. We still have two in college so we need to be … Continue reading
When you go through a major life change – a divorce or separation, the death of a spouse, a major move – it can feel like your finances are in a free fall. But often, getting your money in order, … Continue reading
It’s a very common wish: To age at home, rather than in a nursing home or other facility for seniors. I know it’s what my mother hopes for herself (we’ve talked about it) and when I think decades down the … Continue reading
For years, whenever I thought about the best way for siblings to handle the issues of older parents, I thought about my friend Toddi. She had two sisters with whom to share the load – one a doctor, one a … Continue reading
Like with everything else in life, folks don’t know how something will impact them until it is experienced firsthand. My mom gave me a great quote while I was pregnant, and I still carry it with me every day: “making … Continue reading
I have been lucky to experience role reversals in several situations in my life, and each time I have found that having the “shoe on the other foot” to be invaluable. One humbling example of that “aha” moment for me … Continue reading
Yesterday my mother, Elaine Sherman, and I participated in a webcast. It was part of a series of conversations moderated by More magazine and sponsored by Wells Fargo. Our topic: Talking to your parents about money. We were interviewed, together,… Continue reading
I have had more than one parent share with me that some of the most important conversations seem to happen between parents and children in the car. I guess it is something about fewer distractions, and no direct eye contact… Continue reading
I remember with much positivity working to earn money from the age of 8 onward. I remember I would receive $1 for mowing the grass and since we lived in the country on acres of land, I learned to drive… Continue reading