Making Room in Your Life for What is Most Important to You

Making Room in Your Life for What is Most Important to You

Bringing balance to a busy personal and professional life is truly challenging. In order to accomplish all that seems necessary, most people resolve to work harder and faster. As a result, many individuals express frustration about feeling overwhelmed and not having...
Get Out of the Waiting Room

Get Out of the Waiting Room

The most difficult changes to navigate are the ones that we do not choose—the surprises that interrupt our lives and best laid plans.   The pandemic certainly fits into this “unwelcome” category.  It not only threatens our lives, it has fundamentally changed how we...
Increasing Happiness is a Matter of Intention

Increasing Happiness is a Matter of Intention

For many years, the prevailing theory was that individuals have a genetically determined happiness set point. In other words, scientists believed that each person could temporarily experience more happiness (depending on circumstances, relationships, and life events),...
How to Craft a More Fulfilling Vacation

How to Craft a More Fulfilling Vacation

By Tim Maurer, CFP® With the back-to-school chaos behind us, the year’s end and the recurring planning topics that correspond with those boxes on the calendar—tax and retirement planning, and especially charitable giving—start coming into sharper focus. I love hearing...
Leisure & Life Satisfaction

Leisure & Life Satisfaction

“In the same way that
 a good Wall Street investment appreciates in value, you want your investments of time and energy to offer high yields. They should make you feel good — happy, 
satisfied, energized, or relaxed.” Marc Eisenson, Gerri Detweiler, & Nancy...