Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Perfect Storm of Signs?

Thursday, June 25, presented us with three different pieces of news that–in varying degrees of magnitude–might impact the way we think and plan for our early retirement. 1) The Supreme Court decided 6-3 to uphold Obamacare! Ok, sure, the case … Continue reading

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Snacking Along the Camino

Last week, I was enjoying a potluck dinner with six other ladies when someone asked about my camino experience.  They were understandably horrified at the idea of sleeping in cramped quarters with numerous other people, and the suggestion of communal … Continue reading

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Murder Mystery “Retirement Porn”?

We are all familiar with the term “food porn.” Those pictures of luxuriously appointed kitchens or extravagantly beautiful dishes of drool-worthy food are everywhere these days–and all making us swoon with delight and envy and desire.  But is there such … Continue reading

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Green Acres Is The Place To Be?

Whenever Will and I are discussing locations for where we want to vacation or to retire, we’re reminded of the 60s sitcom–which we both saw in later re-runs–about a New York City couple who moves to a rural area so … Continue reading

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Dresser Done, onto Closet Decluttering!

This summer, my goal is to declutter as much as possible.  I will start with my clothes, then will trim files for classes I teach, and then if I have the willpower, I will tackle my books! I’m not sure … Continue reading

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