Posted 25 August 2015 by in category Activities

Biting Blossoms

Labor Day is drawing near, and a multitude of activities are planned for this unofficial end of the summer holiday weekend.  One somewhat peculiar yet undeniably intriguing thought for people staying close to home is a stop over to Tower Hill Botanical Garden to catch the Carnivorous Plant Show, presented by The New England Carnivorous Plant

Posted 11 August 2015 by in category Activities

The Beauty in Nature

Art museums are abundant in New England.  Hence, when residents of the region want to feed their cultural appetite, they need not travel too far.   One remarkable exhibit to check out this summer is “Van Gogh and Nature” currently being featured at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts.  The display runs through September

Posted 13 July 2015 by in category Financial Advice

Who Pays?

Last time we looked at the overall health picture of baby boomers and surprisingly saw they suffer with a greater degree of chronic illness than their parents.  And, while a good portion of this demographic continues to work, the group as a whole represents more than 25% of the American population, and some are retiring