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BRING YOUR HOBBY TO WORK

Infuse a boring job with a bit of outside fun
Work-life harmony is an elusive balancing act. Imagine how it would tip the scales if you could bring your hobby to work. On one level, blending personal interests with professional accomplishments has a humanizing effect: The CEO who can talk about his golf game as well as about annual reports comes off as approachable. On the other hand, shilling your handmade jewelry at a company retreat might not be the best career move. What's the right balance?

WHY WE MUST REFRAME HOW WE SEE ALZHEIMER’S

A person with Alzheimer's or dementia is more than just their disease
The complexity of Alzheimer’s and the non-uniformity of the disease from person to person have resulted in a gross misrepresentation of it. Society as a whole has significant misconceptions and expectations about what Alzheimer’s is and how it affects the individual and his or her family.

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Advice on Moving to a Continuing Care Retirement Community

If you have looked at options for where to live as you age, you may have considered continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs). Here’s what to know before moving into one: A CCRC typically offers different tiers of living situations, from independent to assisted living to nursing care and, sometimes, a separate Alzheimer’s or dementia wing…

When You Need Help Caring for Mom or Dad

When I was 17, the matriarch of my family, my grandmother, suffered her fifth stroke. Afterward, her mind was still sharp, but physically she was never the same. She needed care 24 hours a day. In the summers and on holidays, we would drive to Kentucky from our home in Florida to spend time with family …

5 Ways to Keep Your Kids From Fighting Over Your Will

It is your worst nightmare. You’ve passed away, and now your adult children no longer speak to each other. Circumstances around your death have destroyed the family you spent your life building. As the CEO and co-founder of Executor.org, I’ve seen this all too often. But this terrible scenario is preventable, if you plan properly.…

It’s Time to Invent Rituals for Retirement

Every day, as you may have heard, 10,000 people in the United States turn 65. The financial industry advertises to this retirement cohort with images of youthful-looking people sipping cocktails on a Polynesian beach. Other images feature an aging man on his new Harley, ready to conquer the highways of America. Being in the first…

Defying Stereotypes: How He’s Living Well With Alzheimer’s

There are many things in life that can punch us in the gut and take the wind out of our sails. A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or another dementia definitely falls into this category. But as my new friend, David Kramer would tell you, “Life does not end with a diagnosis, and one can continue to …

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