People need people. I’m sure you’ve heard of this before. When it comes to volunteering, some of us treat it like a punishment. More so when it is the only thing standing between you and your college application. However, it should not be used as a means to an end. Whether you are at the […]
The typical American dream for the average individual includes the receiving of quality education, getting a good job, raising a family, obtaining a two-car garage home, working for 40 plus years and then retiring. For the most part, this is a good plan.
It’s Monday morning, and the thought of heading to the office feels you with dread. But you go anyway. After all, you don’t have anyone to bequeath you with a great fortune. And there are bills to be paid. Whoever thought adulthood will be this hard? It doesn’t have to be so, though. I have […]
There are waves of feelings almost every retiree experiences as they transition from the work life to retirement. Some are positive feelings such as accomplishment and relief, while others are sad and filled with regret and boredom. Some feelings are not popular and are rarely discussed in the open. These are sentiments not shared by […]
Did you know your financial wellness is closely tied to your physical and emotional well-being? Being worried about money is a huge stressor that can impact your health. It can also make you less engaged at work – in Manulife’s recent Financial Wellness Survey, 70% of the respondents say that they worry about their finances […]
When it comes to living a successful life and creating your own life by design, it would appear that most Americans seem to miss the mark. This is especially true when it comes to the idea of “retirement”. That is the target where people feel that they can finally really enjoy life on their terms […]