Every now and then something really hits home. A friend who runs an oil company mentioned, in passing, that while his company’s total reserves would keep the world going for just eight hours it will take the earth 40000 years to replace them. This struck home. We are worried about carbon emissions and climate change […]
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When it comes to passing on possessions there are two key questions
Its often easier to see traits in others than yourself
The transition from working life to later life is optional, but those who decide against it miss out on so much
Knowing why you are doing something is the secret to success
Anyone approaching retirement just now really needs to answer three big questions…
Working out what to do with unwanted possessions is a challenge that many of us have been forced to confront over the last six weeks – the process can be painful – but you’ll like the end results
With the world population growing 10 fold and and life expectancy up 50% in the last 50 years inevitably we need to start thinking about the possessions we accumulate and how we dispose of them. Here are some facts and figures to get you thinking.
Common traps that stop us from making the most of living longer
In the game of life the real winners are those who have the most fun with the most possible toys as they play the game. You know you’ve got it wrong if you get to the last play and discover that all your toys are still in their boxes!