I don’t even like the term.
I can’t be, can I? I’m too young to be a widow.
It often doesn’t feel or seem real, but then reality jumps out and blocks my path like a brick wall. Immobilizes. Hard to move forward and no place to go backwards.
After a decade of battling Cushing’s Disease, my husband Robert of 37 years passed away in November of 2015. Following are lessons, insights, and advice learned.Read More
If you will be hitting a “milestone” birthday soon, you’ll have some decisions to make (in addition to what you should plan to wish for when you blow out the candles). Some of these choices can’t be changed later. Rather than waiting to evaluate your alternatives at the time you need to choose, it’s smart to start thinking about them now.Read More
Perhaps the biggest concern that clients share is whether their accumulated savings will last throughout their retirement years. How do they know if they’ve saved enough, or if they’re spending their nest egg too quickly? One of the key factors in the equation is life expectancy – but how many people know exactly how long they expect to live?Read More
As a society, we are moving away from keeping documents in paper form, filed away in a filing cabinet. More and more documents, statements, pictures and bills are kept digitally in files on our computers or in the cloud. In this new age of digital storage, we all need to give some thought to what happens to our information upon death or incapacity.Read More
Join us for a special presentation given by the local Alzheimer’s Association and sponsored by Johnson Bixby. It’s estimated that nearly 80,000 people throughout Oregon & SW Washington have Alzheimer’s disease, and it seems that nearly everyone has a personal story or knows someone who is coping with this diagnosis. In this seminar, attendees will…Read More