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The following is a guest from Eric Hutchinson, a Certified Financial Planner™ with more than 30 years of experience in the areas of financial planning, investments, estate and tax planning. He has professional affiliations with The Financial Planning Association, the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards and the Investment Management Consultants Association. His new book The Financial Briefing,… Read Article →

When President Obama eased restrictions allowing *people-to-people educational travel* to Cuba I was instantly intrigued. With limited access for most Americans (also limited knowledge) Cuba was taboo, travel banned by a foreign policy rooted in domestic politics. Image Credit | Darius Soodmand I knew there would be great interest in visiting Cuba, the largest island… Read Article →

I am inspired by people with natural talents and those that are able to turn their gifts into something they love while generating income and making a living. I have friends and co-workers with entrepreneurial desires; bakers, chefs, singers, songwriters, educators who all want to share their gift(s). All seemingly desiring that push, or leap… Read Article →

This latest post is tangentially related to two recent posts on minimalism, Destination Minimalism and Minimalism By Circumstances? In Destination Minimalism, I indicated that minimalism for me could be summarized as identifying the items that are important to us [me and my wife] and discarding those that don’t make the cut. Doing so simplifies our life… Read Article →

Brian Tramuel helms this series. He lives with his wife Michelle, their children Geneva and Brian, and their Cocker Spaniel Maestro in Charlotte, NC. They, along with his two older children from a previous marriage, Davina and Aaron, provide a constant source of inspiration. Aaron lives, works and plays in Charlotte and Davina lives, works and… Read Article →

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