…is the start of just one of many cheesy pick-up lines to start a conversation and hopefully find a love connection. If such a connection should spark, then the conversation typically gravitates towards family and friends, career and hobbies, etc.
Entirely missing all of the Snowzilla fun; I just returned late last week from the Inside ETFs conference in Hollywood, Florida. This conference is one of my favorite events all year—and not only because going to Florida in January should
Over the past few weeks, I have been reminded of the importance of both patience and planning in three key parts of my life. The first was traveling with my 6-year-old son. Normally, I would look forward to the opportunity
Building from Nathan’s post last week…and in the seasonal spirit of making resolutions for the New Year…here are three New Year’s resolutions that we highly recommend you add to your list for 2016: 1. “Live Life to the Fullest”—In a
This past weekend, we took our family to Busch Garden’s Christmas Town for the first time. As you probably expect, I usually plan our excursions with military precision, being a planner by trade and all. But this time, I decided
A TIAA-CREF study published in October 2015 highlighted the most common barriers to seeking financial advice. The study found that the top reasons that Americans don’t seek help with their finances is because they either think they don’t have enough
I admit I am only a casual sports fan…I watch NBA finals, the Super Bowl, Grand Slam tennis. But in watching the recent Grand Slam (fascinated with Serena Williams…), I was interested in what the announcers called “unforced errors”. These