We couldn’t decide whether to put our post on John Leland’s wonderful book in the retirement or wellness section of the blog, so we’re che..
We’ve been going to Costa Rica nearly every year since 2005, and have returned on most trips to one of our favorite beaches anywhere, Manu..
Eating for optimum health is certainly part of living The Good Long Life. We don’t follow one diet in particular. We read many of the la..
We fell in love with the Ostiense neighborhood when we made a trip to Rome to celebrate my 50th birthday. We rented the Ostiense Penthouse..
It has been nearly a year that I’ve been dealing with dizziness related to BPPV — Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. It is not a seri..
When we first visited Tulum, Mexico in 2005, we stayed in huts on the beach with no electricity. We loved it from the beginning, as we n..
One of the things I did to help my parents when they were getting older was to guide them to prepare their end of life legal documents. I..
I wrote in our last retirement post about my father Leo’s decades of retirement that were secured by his pension from General Motors and h..
Here’s a tale of the good old days, when a middle class family— my family—lived well and retired well on a factory worker’s income. It’s ..
Most people have a gap in their retirement plans because they have not considered how they will pay for long-term care, if they need it, w..