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August 13, 2018

Art’s Role in Aging Well

Many of us have a hobby that falls under the umbrella of the arts—dance, instrumental music or singing, visual arts like painting and drawing and even sculpture, sewing and quilting, storytelling and poetry writing. As we age, the importance of holding fast to these vital parts of ourselves seems only to increase. While in any…Read more

July 30, 2018

Fill in the Blank on Why You Want to Work Remotely

Examining why you want to work remotely is the first step. When employers trust their employees to work remotely and when, more importantly, employees take time to examine why they want to be away from the office, a remote working option can be a win-win for both parties. I hear it every day: “I can’t…Read more

July 16, 2018

The Case for Unretirement

Since 2000, the number of people aged 65 and over who continue to remain employed has increased steadily. A large number of these professionals have gone through what economists call “unretirement,” the term for taking the employment U-turn from retired to back to work. For instance, a 2017 survey from RAND Corporation found that “almost…Read more

July 2, 2018

What’s in a Name?

Remote, according to Miriam Webster, has several meanings.  Some of these include: separated by an interval or space greater than usual far removed in space, time or relation out of the way, secluded small in degree, slight. There are a few others, but the four listed, are those that I take issue with. I am…Read more