The Missing Middle

Stuck in the Middle I paid for my post-high school education with scholarships, part time work and student loans. I maintained full-time employment for forty-two years after graduation, during which I lived within my means. Together with my husband, we made decent savings and investment decisions that have allowed us to retire, not wealthy, but comfortable. Definitely middle class. Yet […]

One Day at a Time

The past is gone and the future never turns out to be exactly as we envision it. Fear is false, expectations, appearing, real. Stay in the moment to live relatively stress-free. We can’t truly plan for life transitions – stuff happens – but we can be prepared ahead of time. My blog is devoted to ideas and opportunities that help […]