April 2011

Personality tests can be helpful in figuring out your strengths and the best career to take advantage of them.  At the suggestion of Money Mamba, I took advantage of a free analysis. After answering the 72 questions my personality type was identified as being ENFJ which is short for Extraverted, iNtuitive, Feeling and Judging.  Surprisingly, […]

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Generation Alzheimer’s: The Defining Disease of Baby Boomers. This is one of the scary headlines I read recently about my generation.  As baby boomers start turning 65, the numbers of people with Alzheimer’s will start growing in leaps and bounds with an estimated total of 10 million being affected.  That’s twice as many as the […]

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Home opening games were celebrated all over this past week to the joy of many.  Baseball season reminds me of carefree summer days as a child.  My dad loved baseball and we spent many evenings watching it. As with just about everything, ticket prices have escalated over the years and it can cost a family […]

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I spent a few days in the prairies of Canada this week.  Besides the temperature being drastically different than San Diego (duh, right?), it was a good trip.  However, I have one unanswered question.  Why are Canadians so darn nice? Is it in the water or air?  Because if I lived in that cold, I […]

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The emails started coming on Sunday evening.  It was from Ameriprise which is an insurer we no longer use.  The next day emails from five additional companies arrived all with the same message. Epsilon, their third party marketing services vendor, had experienced a security breach and names and email addresses were stolen of some customers.  […]

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