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Finding Your Flow In Retirement

By Susan Williams Have you ever experienced a “flow state” in your life? If you’re not familiar with what this is, it was actually a term coined by psychologist Mihály Csíkszentmihályi in 1975. Wikipedia defines flow as; …being in the zone, is the mental state of operation in which a person performing...

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Reader Beware – Separating Fact, Fake and Fiction On the Internet

By Susan Williams There is nothing else in this world that can bring people together so quickly, get them all whipped up into a frenzy and then to only find out that in fact it wasn’t true. So how do we separate what is fact, fake and fiction on the internet?

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Men – Let’s Talk About Your Mental Health

By Dave Price A multitude of current studies indicate it is extremely difficult for many people, especially men, to reach out and seek help for mental disorders. Obviously, if help isn’t sought, such illnesses can’t be controlled or cured. That’s why we need to talk about this.

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Bankruptcy in Retirement

In our final and last installment of our Debt and Retirement series, Anne Arbour from the Credit Counselling Society joins us to discuss the very difficult topic of bankruptcy and the impact this could have on your retirement.

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Fighting the Invisible Woman Syndrome: I Refuse To Be Irrelevant

By Susan Williams As an older woman, if you have ever experienced a feeling of being invisible you were not imagining it. There is actually something called the invisible woman syndrome.

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Setting Some Retirement Resolutions

By Mike Drak Our family tribe celebrated New Years in Punta Cana this year and we had a blast. There were fifteen of us on the trip and we have already booked a trip to Vegas in October to celebrate my sixty fifth birthday. Life today is much tougher...

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