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Create A Life More Interesting To Live Then To Watch

Create A Life More Interesting To Live Then To Watch

Posted in Blog, Commentary, Technology

By Susan Williams I just read a rather disturbing, yet probably accurate, view of a day in the technological life of a millennial. In the article entitled, How Work Became An Inescapable Hellhole published by Wired, the author shares her day from the moment she opens her eyes until...

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The Search For The Fountain (Or Pill) Of Youth

By Susan Williams We often hear reference to the Fountain Of Youth. A mythical fountain that if you drank the water, your youth, vitality and health would be restored. But what if this fountain of youth was actually a pill? Would you take it? There are certain things we...

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That Dull Feeling – Could It Be Ambiguous Loss?

By Susan Williams By all accounts, I could be considered one of the lucky ones during this pandemic. My family is all safe and well, I have work that I enjoy and lots of friends to chat with either through phone calls, video or even actually meeting them (while...

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Embracing The Label Of A Baby Boomer

By Susan Williams I read a very interesting article entitled The Great Gen X vs. Boomer Debate Comes for Kamala. In the post, the author points out that the recently appointed vice president running mate for Joe Biden, Kamala Harris is actually – wait for it – a baby...

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Is It Forced Retirement Or Really Being Fired?

Is It Forced Retirement Or Really Being Fired?

Posted in Blog, Commentary, Retirement

By Susan Williams I read a rather disturbing article in Forbes today. It was a post on how a Think Tank is projecting that 4 million people will be forced into retirement as a result of COVID-19. It went further on to explain that for these older workers, their...

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