Supplemental Insurance for the Self-Employed

A Rude Awakening My mother is a retired realtor and my father, for most of his years, worked as a government employee. I don’t know what type of conversations they had about money and financial planning with one another. But I know for sure they never had conversations with me about their money or financial … Read more

Tell Me Something True

February is an important month for me for several reasons. I was born this month; it is Black History Month; it is the month that we put a spotlight on love. I am truly grateful to have made it to my 45th birthday. These past 5 years have been the most challenging of my life. … Read more

The Things You Notice When You Slow Down

These days I have little choice but to move slowly. My recent past was very hurried and pressured. Like many people I rushed from activity to activity and place to place. It wasn’t until I had to slow down that I did. There are things you notice when you slow down. This is of significant … Read more

My Friends are the Loves of My Life

I recently told a dear friend that I felt like “my friends are the loves of my life.” She confided that she has always felt the same way. It struck me that that was no coincidence. As we increasingly experience an era where there are more people who never marry, more people who are divorced, … Read more