Category Archives: Retirement

God Never Blinks

Growing up in Cleveland, Ohio I am familiar with a retired columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer by the name of Regina Brett. Even after moving away from my home turf, my mother from time to time talked about one … Continue reading

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Too Much Stuff

With spring comes spring cleaning — most years. Sometimes we get lazy and skip a year, or two. But this year I am motivated. 🙂 Today I took a car trunk fully of clothing and shoes from my house and … Continue reading

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Tips on Navigating Work and Family

When I think of balancing work and family, the 2005 film “March of the Penguins,” as told by Morgan Freeman, comes to mind. This movie is a dynamic and poignant tale of devoted parent penguins, who in the face of … Continue reading

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