Ideas & Insights

What To Consider When Retiring Abroad

December 20, 2018, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

When thinking about retirement, where you plan to live is a big factor. There’s a lot to consider when picking the place you want to live after retirement. Depending on your lifestyle, you may consider living abroad. Retiree’s who are interested in living abroad have a lot more factors to take into account, such as healthcare, transportation and language. Here are some important issues to think about before you make the move abroad:

How to Plan the Perfect Road Trip

September 13, 2018, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

Planning a road trip can be a fun experience, but also stressful. Driving across country is a lot different than flying, you’re in control of where you go and where you stop along the way. So here 8 helpful tips for your stress free road trip.

How to Vacation on a Budget

August 02, 2018, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

Escaping from the confines of a cubicle and having a fun-filled vacation is something most people dream about. The good news is that you can enjoy your holiday without spending exorbitant amounts of money. So how can we vacation on a budget?

My Splitboard Sabbatical

July 09, 2014, No Comments by Niels A. Jepsen

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The World Cup Budget

July 01, 2014, No Comments by Shannon E. Johnson


Olé, Olé, Olé!!!

I Prefer Black over Orange

June 18, 2014, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

I couldn’t escape the frenzy over the season two release of Netflix’s Orange is the New Black.  Sure last year I heard about the show, listened to some friends chat and speculate about it, yet I managed to escape this drama and comedy about a poorly funded women’s prison. 

How Wealth Legacy Institute Workshops Applies to My Life

October 09, 2013, No Comments by Susan J. Saunders


How many times have you attended a lecture, seminar or workshop and thought, “Well, that was interesting… but how does it apply to me?” Personally, I know I can count more than a few times. I’ve learned that sometimes the learning- moments may not be a list of ten action items for the next three months. The “takeaway” may be more subtle, more profound than a to-do list. And it may not sink in immediately. It’s also my experience that these lessons can sometimes be more helpful than some paperwork.  For example:

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