Is your life defined by what you do?

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The thin line between who we are and what we do. Harry* and I worked side by side for over 15 years, and then the factory closed sending us into the world of unemployment. Years later I met Harry while waiting in my eye doctor’s office. He was still distraught about the factory closing. We […]

What three issues I deal with in retirement?

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Addressing three issues, I deal with in my retirement years. First off, I look at my life as a  book of having many chapters. When I finish one chapter of a book, I do not throw the book away, no, I turn the page revealing a new episode. So it is in life. Previous chapters […]

Do We Ever Get To Go HOME?

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Do we ever get to go HOME? Home is more a time, rather than a place, I think. We cannot repeat the past. You can never step into a river the same place you did before, simply because the water in the river keeps flowing. Time indeed keeps marching on. Where do we go; ‘home’? […]

Decisions in Retirement, are you making wise decisions?

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Decisions In Retirement, are you making wise decisions? It’s not about the money! Detailing the three S’ of living happily in retirement. Decisions, let’s talk about it. The preponderance of information on retirement living is about the money. Do we have enough? Will it last our lifetime? While having money in a retirement savings account is important, […]

Change, Yes! – Retirement Allows It


 Change is necessary for a fulfilled life. For us, retirees, the opportunity to make changes to improve our lives is ours alone. I want to tell you how starting your own business can bring about the good change needed in your life. But first, just a few words about the impact that neglecting to change will […]

My Top 5 Points about driving for Uber or Lyft


If you are considering ridesharing there are great rewards and some pain associated with the experience. When you install the driver app on your smartphone for Uber, Lyft or some other TNC, (Transportation Network Company) you are in for quite a ride. There are many things that are true about ridesharing. It could be a […]

Ever run into a ‘brick wall’ when asked this question; “What will this ride cost me”?


What will this ride cost me? Have you ever had a rider get in your car after requesting a ride on Uber or Lyft and then ask; “What will this ride cost me?”. Occasionally I have been asked this question. Maybe you have also. Or sometimes when in a conversation someone will ask about a future ride […]

The College Graduate Who Missed the Train


Spring of 2016 I wheeled into the Lancaster Amtrak station, hoping for a “ping” on my iPhone for a Uber ride. No “pings”. Taxis and other cars all left the station. Just about ready to drive away and there it was; “Ping”. A recent college grad who missed the train ran out of the station […]

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