Financial stress can be one of the hardest parts of caring for a parent or other family member who is ailing. AARP provides excellent information about programs that can help compensate you for your time as a caregiver.
New ways of looking at how poverty is being defined show a huge number of us are struggling. Let’s not take our concerns too personally as we look for ways to stabilize our finances.
How can we know when we will feel better following a setback?
How can we respond when one of our business clients, employees or partners is dealing with a personal emergency?
It’s amazing how creative we become with our finances when the need arises. The recent recession and now recovery have brought out the creative side of many individuals and families. Margo defines this creativity as “scrapitude,” and discusses it a little further in our podcast.
I am down in Arizona for baseball spring training with the Giants. My Uncle has met Barry Zito who is going through a tough time in his career.
Here is my first audio post for Body Aware Grieving with some observations and thoughts:
Like many others, I have spent the last few years under-employed. It is the perfect time to include more self-care, but understandably it isn’t always the first thought to come to mind. Here are several practical tips that will incorporate more self-care into your life.
So many people are in transition right now due to becoming unemployed, laid off or are struggling to keep their privately-owned business profitable. If there is one thing we have learned the past few years, it is that jobs, careers and often a feeling of financial stability, can come and go. Since changes of this nature tend to be disorienting and stressful initially, if you are experiencing ‘money troubles’ it is the perfect time to utilize the Body Aware Grieving questions for self care and gentle reinvention. These days, it seems like just about everyone is either: looking for a new job or career, retiring by choice, or with some pressure to do so, finding ways to improve a company Read the Rest…
One of the biggest questions while experiencing sadness over a loss is “When will I be over this?”