Monthly Archives: December 2012

Future Challenge: On Golden Pond

I’m going to on out on a limb here, hoping that if you’re visiting this blog, regardless of your age, you have at least a passing interest in your future and the lifestyles it can bring. Maybe you came for … Continue reading

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Where’s My Golden Pond?

In the game of Financing Retirement, there are two sides of the ledger. I’m dedicating various other posts to the Money In side (IRA’s, 401k’s, pensions, savings, Social Security, home equity, etc.), but the only way to figure out when … Continue reading

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Danke Sehr, Liebschen!

  ‘Tis the season to be jolly!  I’m feeling the love. Cee at Cee’s Photography has shared the Liebster Blog Award with me – Thank you, Cee! Of course, this means I get to share the award with eleven other … Continue reading

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Letting Go and Moving On

Reluctance by Robert Frost  Out through the fields and the woods  And over the walls I have wended;  I have climbed the hills of view  And looked at the world, and descended;  I have come by the highway home,  And … Continue reading

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