“Food insecurity.” What does that mean? Through a charitable outreach earlier this month, I received a request to make a contribution to a large state university. It wasn’t for the new football stadium or for the capital campaign or even for scholarships. It was to [Read more...]
Marcia's Retirement Kitchen
There seems to be a general consensus that Thanksgiving is the best of all the holidays. What’s not to love about a holiday where friends and family take time to gather around the table, share a traditional meal, and give thanks for all we have? [Read more...]
The Retirement Kitchen: Inflation Will Melt Away Your Retirement Savings like Ice Cream on a Summer Day!
I have always loved having a summer birthday, and this year my birthday fell on “National Ice Cream Day.” How lucky was that! In fact, all of July is “National Ice Cream Month.” This is such wonderful news from a self-proclaimed ice cream aficionado. And, [Read more...]
Last summer we had the opportunity to travel to Italy. It was all we had imagined and more. Every time we turned a new corner it was like a scene from a movie. The people were kind and gracious; the landscape breath-taking. Everywhere we turned flowers [Read more...]
During that challenging winter in New England, and across most of the country, we held onto hope that the cold and snow and ice would eventually give way to spring. And, finally! Spring has arrived and is staying for a while. That means it’s time to pull [Read more...]