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Jeff Sheldon The Diabetes Council provides a useful guide for the elderly with diabetes. A recent article explores many different guidelines and recommendations, along with nutritional, activity, pharmaceutical, and financial and estate planning considerations. According to the American Diabetes Association, as we get older, our chances of getting Type 2 diabetes increases. They claim that one… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Dr. Michael Burgdorf, author of The Mommy Makeover: Restoring Your Body After Childbirth. Dr. Burgdorf is a board-certified plastic surgeon and founder/president of Music City Plastic Surgery in Nashville. Actress Jennifer Garner, a mother of three, once jokingly referred to the extra weight that childbirth left around her tummy as… Read Article →

This post was originally published in April, 2016. In my book and in the post Fiscal & Physical Fitness I noted the following: “Just as being physically fit involves two critical components, controlling diet and exercising; being fiscally fit also involves two critical components, controlling debt and investing. That realization prompted me to immediately commit… Read Article →

As I noted early on in my first book, RENDEZVOUS WITH RETIREMENT: A Guide to Getting Fiscally Fit, just as being physically fit involves two critical components, controlling diet and exercising; being fiscally fit also involves two critical components, controlling debt and investing. Not only are both concepts built around two core components, they are… Read Article →

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