Category Archives: Quality of Life

Are You Better Off Than You Were Four Years Ago?

Are you better off than you were four years ago? Ronald Reagan closed his 1980 debate with Jimmy Carter with that very question. At the time, Reagan’s rhetorical question was a knockout punch that secured his victory in the presidential … Continue Reading

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Advice for the College-Bound

It’s that time of year again. Time for parents to pack the car and drive their children off to college. As college costs continue to increase faster than the rate of inflation, many parents will spend more than a quarter … Continue Reading

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What Will Your Legacy Be?

With David Letterman retired, many may be missing his Top Ten lists. Recently, this Top Twelve list caught my eye: 12 Things People Regret the Most Before They Die by Lolly Daskal. Number One? “I wish I had spent more … Continue Reading

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Advice to Live By

I recently found a website called Raptitude. It’s tag line describes its focus: “Getting better at being human.” The ideas offered for better living run the gamut from practical advice to metaphysical muses. For example, “Eat fewer calories, eat a … Continue Reading

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Defining a Life Well-Lived

While the vast majority of the 640 respondents to U.S. Trust Study of High Net-Worth Investors feel they are on the right path, eight in 10 identified at least one area of their lives, such as giving back and pursuing … Continue Reading

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