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Outlaw In-Laws finds feuding families and brings in renowned relationship expert Ellie Tesher to get them back on track.

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CAREGIVING IS FORCING WOMEN 50+ TO LEAVE THE WORKFORCE

Most family caregivers feel their career has taken a hit
When employers force their employees with caregiving duties to choose between work and family, everyone loses. This can be particularly true for women, who still make up 60 percent of the family caregiver population (though men are increasingly shouldering the responsibility).

CELIAC: THE ILLNESS I WISH I COULD KEEP SECRET

It's difficult to live with, but not for the reasons you might think
About 12 years ago, I sat across a table from the head cook at a New England writers’ conference where I would be teaching for two weeks. Freckled and blonde, the cook wore a checkered kerchief around her neck. “I have celiac,” I explained. “I can’t eat gluten. And, gluten can’t touch my food.”

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Why 3 Career Failures Were Good for Me

(This article is an excerpt from Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life by Marc Miller with Susan Lahey, which is due to be published in early 2017.) There’s a gripping moment in Apollo 13 where Gene Kranz is telling his Houston team that they have to figure out a way to bring…

Why It’s Time for Emergency Fund 401(k)s

A lot has been written about America’s retirement crisis (some of it by Next Avenue). But I don’t think there’s been enough attention given to America’s emergency fund crisis. And I think it’s about time employers step up to help with this problem by offering the equivalent of an emergency fund 401(k), maybe with some…

How to Thrive in Today’s Fast-Changing World

Those of us in middle age have felt the pace of our lives speed up as we’ve gotten older. But it wasn’t until I recently recorded my mother during her 94th birthday celebration that I appreciated just how concentrated the pace of change has been for someone in her 10th decade. “Everything changed so fast. But…

The Undetected Influence of Generation X

Look around. There’s probably a Gen X’er (born between 1965 to 1981), close to you. Not that you noticed. They’re normally known as the slackers, the latchkey kids, the middle-child generation. Caught between boomers and younger Millennials, Generation X is mainly known for being neglected and ignored. But a funny thing happened on their way…

Does It Pay to Return to Work to Boost Future Social Security Benefits?

(Boston University economist Larry Kotlikoff has been answering questions about claiming Social Security benefits for years, for PBS and Next Avenue. The book he co-authored, Get What’s Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security, was a New York Times bestseller. He is also the developer of  Maximizemysocialsecurity.com, a Social Security benefit maximization tool.…

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