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  • Happy 2015!

    There are many mixed viewpoints on New Year’s resolutions. Some are a great proponent of the hard-lined concept while others pooh-pooh the idea, claiming that the concept simply sets us up for failure. I propose another viewpoint. Instead of those hard-lined resolutions that so often become a ball and chain we drag around until finally cutting loose in M...

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  • Purposeful Pretirement

    I have brought myself by long meditation to the conviction that a human being with a settled purpose must accomplish it, and that nothing can resist a will which will stake even existence upon its fulfillment.- Benjamin Disraeli When I think of purpose, I think of it as a sense of life-long calling, the kind of thing that family or economic status, gender,...

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  • The Baby Boomer Bilingual Blessing

    We are the music-makers And the dreamers of dreams, Wandering by the lone sea-breakers, And sitting by desolation streams; World-losers and world-forsakers, On whom the pale moon gleams: Yet we are the movers and shakers Of the world forever, it seems. - Ode by O’Shaughnessy The Boomers bridge a wide and crazy generational gap. talking about the WWII/D...

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  • Being a WAHVE

    Have you been curious about what it means to become a WAHVE? The entire “work at home vintage employee” is a new concept and because of that, we’d love to introduce you to one of our “WAHVES.” Judy explains how WAHVE has transformed her retirement into a productive, joyful and worthwhile “pretirement” experience. Listen to what she has to say! Being...

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  • Family Holiday Visits: Tips for Grandparents

    There is a Welsh saying: “Perfect love does not come along until the first grandchild.” I find one of the great things about flexible work is taking extended visits to my grandchildren (and my children, too, of course). It gives that exciting, quality time that is only possible by being with the next generations. Family dynamics and the ability to spend ...

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