The less-than-romantic origins of Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is here! Candy and flowers and cards, oh my! Elementary school kids are exchanging greetings with their classmates, dropping messages to classmates in homemade Valentine mailboxes, which are often quite elaborate, probably thanks to Pinterest.
Have you considered sharing your skills and experiences? Do you enjoy working with less experienced or younger people? If you answered YES, this month is for you! January is National Mentoring Month, and as many of us may have made resolutions in the spirit of giving back, it seems an appropriate time to shine the spotlight on mentoring. The National Mentoring Partnershi
Happy New Year! We’re up and running in a new year. In many respects, 2018 was a hectic year. The political arena continued to be a blood sport, with our esteemed leaders worried more about “party” than country. The financial markets were not all that generous for the Holiday Season, reflecting a variety of investor concerns around the world.
My wife Margaret and I recently enjoyed a trip South, thus shaving off a few days of braving the cold New England weather! Our first stop was in the Greenville, South Carolina, area. We enjoyed catching up with and spending time with several of our clients, touring new homes, and visiting booming businesses. Dining out on delicious Southern cuisine was also a treat. We s
To re-imagine a classic Bruce Springsteen song, “GROWN in the U.S.A.” is the theme for our last installment in the “Wine Not” newsletter series. We are fortunate in the United States to have an abundance of delicious and well-priced sparkling wines. I’m sure many of you have already selected a favorite for your New Year’s Eve celebration.&n