It may take several attempts to uncover your hidden talent, but it’s worth it
By Hélèna Katz for Next Avenue
My parents’ duplex is like a shrine dedicated to our family’s artistic talents. One sister’s paintings, sketches and collages decorate the walls. Another’s drawing holds a prominent spot in the dining room. A cabinet displays my father’s
How to guide your twentysomething to financial security
Parental guidance about money matters can be worth its weight in gold to help grown-up kids reach financial autonomy. Before launching young people into the world of earning and spending, it’s wise for parents to share their financial know-how: smart
He wanted to find inner peace. Here’s what he found instead.
By Kevin Kusinitz for Next Avenue
For a guy like me, taking up yoga when pushing 60 was a bit like trying to date a 21 year-old — probably good for my circulation but with a strong chance of falling on my face.
No matter. I decided to give it a whirl, as much for a spiritual as physical
10 rules to live by from the author of ‘The War of the Roses’
By Warren Adler for Next Avenue
I always wanted to be a writer. Ever since I was conscious, I felt that inexplicable pull to tell a story, to create a scene, to leave a reader wanting to know what would happen next. When life’s responsibilities came knocking, i.e. I had a family
Physicians disagree on the need for one when you’re not sick
By Rita Rubin for Next Avenue
Kind of like the old saw “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” some doctors have been questioning the need for adults who aren’t sick to get a checkup.
In 2012, the most recent year for which data are available, “general medical examination”
A vet’s 6 tips on managing costs wisely and lovingly
By Joanne Intile for Next Avenue
As I look over my appointment schedule for the day, I mentally note that I’m set up for two patients to be dropped off for CT scans, one of whom will hopefully be immediately transported to an operating room, so surgery can be done to remove a large