Photo by Elle Hughes on Pexels.com Bottom line up front: Collectively, generally: we have too much “stuff!” We have too much mental stuff, too much social stuff, too much emotional stuff, and too much material stuff. In my mind’s eye, I cue George Carlin’s classic stand-up comedy routine on “stuff”. A resolution is a … Continue reading Don’t Make Resolutions. Be your own “vinedresser”.
September 24, 2019 “Tell your parents ‘Don’t worry about the price. It will be worth it. Don’t worry about debt; just accept the (college) offer!’” Yep, a college sophomore said it with her loud voice during a university “meet and greet” my daughter and I attended this past summer. Then there was a young woman … Continue reading UTMAs: Are You Ready to Give Them Control? Are They Ready to Steward?
September 15, 2019 Fatigue: weakness caused by repeated forces, conditions or exerted efforts over time. Gradually, strength, alertness or resolve to resist diminishes. The results of fatigue are mechanical failure, capitulation, or indifference. Think of repeatedly bending a paperclip back and forth until it breaks, the way an ill-prepared sprinter physically falls apart during … Continue reading Avoid Breach Fatigue: Plan To Protect Your Identity
No matter what subject I teach or concept I explain, I start with definitions and grammar. A definition “states or expresses the meaning of a word or the nature of something”, whether that “something” is abstract or concrete. Grammar has several definitions, however the definition of interest for the purposes of this discussion is “a … Continue reading #Therapeutic: A Part of Financial Life Planning Grammar