• RV Lifestyle

    16 of the Best Road Food Stops

    Half of the fun of a road trip is in the food. On the road, you can always find food at a gas station. But if you want to make food the destination and not [...]
  • Finance

    The Millionaire’s Manifesto

    Foundational beliefs of the world’s best investors (and how you can use them to your advantage) Investing is, by and large, a numbers game. Calculating rates of return, measuring economic data, interpreting statistics and operating [...]
  • Health

    Vaccination Update

    Last week, I attended an “old boys” luncheon with some of my fellow retired friends and among other topics, we began discussing medical issues including what were the current vaccination recommendations for seniors, especially those [...]
  • Travel

    Good Cities Come In Small Packages

    Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to European cities Europe’s capital cities undoubtedly offer incredible attractions, restaurants and entertainment. But don’t rule out smaller cities, which offer equally memorable cafés, architecture, history and culture. [...]
  • Fitness

    Sneaker Guide for Spring

    Spring is right around the corner, and that means getting your hands (er, feet) on some great running shoes. Your lifestyle will dictate the type of shoe you should get – if you plan on [...]
  • Longevity

    Longevity and Three “Super Drugs”

    Wouldn’t it be great if we could just pop a little pill every day and live a longer life because of it?! Sure, diet and exercise have a big impact on our overall health. So [...]
  • Golf

    A Tradition Unlike Any Other or Masters Memories

    It’s the second day of spring as I write this column from North Redington Beach, Florida, where I’m lucky to get a respite from Ontario’s wintery weather. Mother Nature remains moody. For snowbirds returning home [...]

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  • Travel

    Good Cities Come In Small Packages

    Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to European cities Europe’s capital cities undoubtedly offer incredible attractions, restaurants and entertainment. But don’t rule out smaller cities, which offer equally memorable cafés, architecture, history and culture. [...]
  • Health

    Vaccination Update

    Last week, I attended an “old boys” luncheon with some of my fellow retired friends and among other topics, we began discussing medical issues including what were the current vaccination recommendations for seniors, especially those [...]
  • Finance

    The Millionaire’s Manifesto

    Foundational beliefs of the world’s best investors (and how you can use them to your advantage) Investing is, by and large, a numbers game. Calculating rates of return, measuring economic data, interpreting statistics and operating [...]
  • RV Lifestyle

    16 of the Best Road Food Stops

    Half of the fun of a road trip is in the food. On the road, you can always find food at a gas station. But if you want to make food the destination and not [...]
  • Gardening

    Setting the garden stage for early spring lilacs and mid-spring rose blooms

    Welcome home to a spring garden already on its own blooming schedule. In this impatient season, you can count on the earliest spring flowers from deeply scented hyacinth lilacs. But don’t rush the roses with [...]
  • Golf

    A Tradition Unlike Any Other or Masters Memories

    It’s the second day of spring as I write this column from North Redington Beach, Florida, where I’m lucky to get a respite from Ontario’s wintery weather. Mother Nature remains moody. For snowbirds returning home [...]
  • Longevity

    Longevity and Three “Super Drugs”

    Wouldn’t it be great if we could just pop a little pill every day and live a longer life because of it?! Sure, diet and exercise have a big impact on our overall health. So [...]
  • Fitness

    Sneaker Guide for Spring

    Spring is right around the corner, and that means getting your hands (er, feet) on some great running shoes. Your lifestyle will dictate the type of shoe you should get – if you plan on [...]