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The following is a guest post from Susan Covell Alpert, author of Later is Too Late: Hard Conversations That Can’t Wait. She is a lecturer, consultant, entrepreneur and frequent guest on national radio and television shows. She holds a master’s degree in psychology and education, has been the owner of several multi-million dollar companies and… Read Article →

With Alexa, its digital [virtual] assistant, Amazon has ushered in the third computing platform. The first, personal computers, was dominated by Microsoft while Apple and Google have dominated the second, smartphones. While the interface with personal computers is characterized by a keyboard and mouse, and the interface with smartphones is defined by touchscreens, your voice… Read Article →

The Blue Satin Nightgown: My French Makeover at Age 78 Paperback: 205 pages Publisher: CreateSpace (2016) Author Karin Crilly was a Marriage and Family Counselor for thirty years in Southern California. After two adventurous years of living in Aix-en-Provence, France – the home of renowned painter Cezanne – she returned to California and now lives in Laguna… Read Article →

In order to achieve success in any endeavor, whether it is mastering an instrument or managing money, certain philosophies or beliefs must be developed and turned into actions. What follows are some of the philosophies which I have adopted and have served me well. Do Not Loan Money At first glance, that statement might strike you as… Read Article →

By Cezary Podkul, ProPublica A push by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to return 50,000 apartments to the city’s stock of rent-regulated housing has fallen far short of its goal as hundreds of landlords appear to have ignored the state’s plea to comply voluntarily with laws limiting rent increases. The Cuomo administration’s effort stemmed from… Read Article →

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