Hindsight is 20/20: Avoiding Financial Mistakes in Retirement

Knowing what we know now, past decisions might have been made differently. As the saying goes, hindsight is 20/20. When it comes to investing money, you don’t want to make detrimental mistakes that will leave you wishing you’d made different decisions in the past. In today’s episode, we’ll discuss why you shouldn’t take the same financial risks in retirement as you might have in your 30s and 40s.

Wonder and Wander Through Enriching Museums

Going to museums can be a truly joyful experience that offers a wealth of cultural, historical, and artistic treasures. Here are some of the reasons why visiting museums can be such a rewarding experience. Cultural enrichment: Museums offer a unique opportunity to learn about different cultures and gain a deeper understanding of the world around [...]

Cleaning Out Your Financial Closet

Are you ready for some spring cleaning? More than just your closet or garage, you might want to assess what’s in your financial closet. You might not want to address everything in there, but it would be wise to review it with your advisor. We’ve all made bad financial deci-sions, you just have to learn from them. In this episode, Brian shares some tips on how to clean up your financial closet.

Experience The Television Renaissance

Somewhere around 1999 and 2000, television started to change. Sitcoms were still very popular, and weekly dramas were also big, but several shows revolutionized how we think of television. They turned television into a medium for long-form, poetic storytelling. Before Netflix and streaming services pumped out shows as 8-hour binges, the following shows of the [...]

Traditional (And Unusual) Pets for Retirees

If you are planning on retiring or you have just retired, this might be the perfect time to get a pet! Now that you have more time to focus on the things you want, you may find that you finally have time to take care of a pet. Pets are like companions and hobbies all [...]

Cure Your Winter Woes with These Homey Delights

With the holidays over, we are officially approaching the thick of the winter season. This time of year can be difficult, whether it be the bitter cold, lack of daylight, or decrease in social gatherings. But there is one perk that winter brings: comfort food. Comfort food gives rise to a psychologically comfortable and pleasurable [...]

Make Time to Celebrate Your Retirement

We celebrate many different major life events as we get older—birthdays, weddings, or the birth of children. Something you may want to celebrate is the end of your working years. Now that you’ve worked to set up a great life after working for so long, it can be a great idea to help avoid those [...]

Healthy Habits You Should Never Forget in Retirement

When the New Year comes around, many people set out to create new goals for themselves. Some people vow to travel more, save more, or even make big lifestyle changes. While these are all great goals to have, they can be a little daunting and often take time to see through. So, why not start [...]

Best Shows of Last Year You Should Watch

We're already into 2023, which means there will be many new television series and seasons to keep us occupied in the new year. But before we all get fixated on something shiny and new, you might want to catch up on these wonderful shows. Netflix's Dead to Me It's no secret that streaming services are [...]

Alternative Vacation Locations for Your Favorite Activities

It's officially 2023, and the travel restrictions brought on by 2020's global pandemic are now a thing of the past. Families and individuals across the globe are again dipping their toes into the world of travel. If you're due for a vacation but are looking to avoid breaking the bank or lingering in big tourist [...]

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