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22 Apr 19
kommonsentsjane

Heritage Foundation How Today’s Social Security Works David John Former Senior Research Fellow in Retirement Security and Financial Institutions David is a former Senior Research Fellow in Retirement Security and Financial Institutions. Social Security is probably the most popular federal program, yet most people know almost nothing about it. In practice, Social Security’s complex benefit […]

22 Apr 19
Welcome to Wonder

Earth day is a little like New Years Day, you get to hit the re-start button. Today, we all get to look at how we’re taking care of Mother Earth. She’s beautiful and one of a kind.  It’s a day to consider folding in some new habits. Are you ready for a few ideas? Do […]

22 Apr 19
BoboFoundIt

I used to love Earth Day when I was a kid. There were fun activities at school and recycling was a feel-good activity that helped me make Earth smile. Today, a lot of schools are super-focused on teaching to the test and current geopolitical issues make it so recyclable materials are just filling landfills. I […]

22 Apr 19
zenithmagazine

ZENITH MAGAZINE “BE MY VAL” PARTY IN MADRID: Zenith Magazine “Be My Val” Party. When it comes down to it, Zenith Magazine events are all about people. The ability to connect, understand and build lasting relationship. So “Be My Val” party was no exception. It was jaw-dropping awesome ceremony with all the beautiful people in […]

22 Apr 19
bookworm at the gym

I got a mani pedi with my daughter on Friday afternoon.  It should have been a sanity check because I forgot that it is prom season.  Thankfully, we got in and started before school got out. We finished our pedicures and were moved into the overflow room for the manicures.  The woman at the table […]

22 Apr 19
My Undergrad blog

Within this lecture, the main thing that stood out to me and has stayed with me since is the retrospective that Andy Warhol did in Philadelphia in 1965. He’d put up some of his new works to be seen but the event had become so spoken about and was so heavily attended that they had […]

22 Apr 19
GO WHOLE FOOD VEGAN

Until the age of 69 (I´m now 77) I purchased medical insurance. Because it was so expensive, especially as a senior citizen, I had to increase the deductible every year. As of age 65 the insurance costs would creep up approximately 25% every year. I saw that this was fast becoming unsustainable for me. Fortunately, […]

22 Apr 19
Boston: Behind the Bean

With Boston being a major city, there are more than a handful of bars scattered throughout. However, there are some Boston bars that stand out for being different or having some really fun additions to a night out. One bar in Downtown Boston that offers an experience along with your drinks is Versus. Versus is […]

22 Apr 19
Michele Marie's Blog

Hi guys, happy Monday! I hope everyone had a fun, relaxing Easter weekend with their family and friends. I know we had a fun filled two days of lots of sun, food, family, wine and relaxation! I hope this weekend was a preview of summer, and a sign that warmer temps and sunshine are here […]

22 Apr 19
The Hrstn Life

TRAVEL BUCKET LIST Last summer we rented a cabin on the border of The Netherlands and Germany. It was located right in the middle of some cities we were planning to visit. One of those cities was Düsseldorf. We had a great day there! We walked around the Königsallee (main shopping street), grabbed a snack […]

22 Apr 19
The Roaming Beans

We started the day venturing down the bumpy back roads of one of Mendoza’s many vineyards, eventually finding Luminis Wines tucked quietly away from the main street. Martin Castro, our host for the day and co-founder of Luminis, was already waiting for us with a smile, a bottle of red and freshly cooked asado. The […]

22 Apr 19
Bowland Fell Runners

Scoffer passes me on the way up to High Spy, fair dues, the warm weather today won’t suit the bigger unit. Barry Hargreaves of Borrowdale too passes me approaching Catbells. They’re the only two racing the longer Teenager with Altitude that do go by. Third race in after a long lay off and  I’m more […]

22 Apr 19
Update News Portal

Five years ago today, The New York Times introduced The Upshot with the aim of examining politics, policy and everyday life in new ways. We wanted to experiment with formats, using whatever mix of text, data visualizations, images and interactive features seemed best for the subject at hand. Other ideas fizzled: It turned out people […]

22 Apr 19
Site Title

SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2016 New York City 2016!!!!!! DAY 1Wake: 3:30Kids: 4:00Airport: 4:30Flight: 5:45Land: 7:00Hit the ground running!  Drop bags at Hilton Midtown.Grab breakfast at Greek diner.  Empire State Building.  Cloudy day so we could see many landmarks but not Statue of Liberty. Flatiron BuildingRockefeller Center:Lunch and Tour of NBC Studios.  Tour was so great. We […]

22 Apr 19
The Primal AT

So small update how my Lenten Journey has went. As far as my food choices, I have done really well with them. I did have 3 cheat meals/drinks but that was in a social atmosphere with mutual support. I also returned to my CrossFit gym. I missed my people, my gym family. I am only […]

22 Apr 19
Shaun Sees

Day 69 Sunday April 21, 2019 Easter Sunday. I woke up early and was able to FaceTime some friends at home again. When I tried calling my grandparents my aunt, two cousins and Joe were all over visiting. It was so nice to see them! I felt like I hit the lottery. It was so […]