Monthly Archives: January 2012

Book review: Leaving the military for “The Corner Office”

Today’s review was suggested by our daughter, who’s discovered an unusual book about civilian leadership. Stick with me for another 1500 words before I explain how it also applies to the military. It’s a great morale-enhancing read when you’re in … Continue reading

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Geriatric financial lessons learned

  [Note:  Dad passed away on 18 November 2017 from end-stage Alzheimer’s.  This post is about my experiences with his care.]   I’m finally my Dad’s conservator. For first-time readers, let’s back up a bit on why this was necessary. … Continue reading

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