fat dog couch potato eating a popcorn, chocolate, fast food and watching television. Parody of a lazy person

I just read some awful news for aging couch potatoes like me.    Our ability to lose weight is not affected by age!!   This is horrible because I have been using my creeping seniority as an excuse for lack of weight loss for most of my life.    I told my wife and kids…

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Man and Woman exercising in Gym

Health & Fitness For Seniors Doesn’t Have To Be Complex. With the holidays approaching, many of us will be indulging in lots of wonderful treats. That’s part of the joy of the season! But as we age, it can be difficult to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle. These 4 simple tips for staying healthy as…

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Gita holiday gift

I have heard that it is hard to buy gifts for uber-wealthy adults.   If that is your problem, the Gita may be for you!!! The Gita (pictured below) only costs $3,250 (before tax and options) and is a personal robotic carrier.  According to Gita’s manufacturer website, Gita is the following robot.  It carries your stuff so you can walk outdoors…

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Using blank white screen laptop

Laptop Screen Extender $379.99 if ordered from the manufacturer (click here to go to the XEBEC web site)  If you are like me, your most important work tool is the laptop.    And, if you are like me, you can’t stand the fact that the laptop only has one screen and it is small.   Well, there is a solution to…

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Keys on a typewriter with Refund on the return button

I love authorizing refunds to families that transfer their prepaid funeral arrangements to Kronish Funeral Services.     Last week, I authorized a $3,000 refund to a family that transferred two prepaid arrangements to our firm, and other refunds I have authorized have been up to $5,000.  How are we able to write these refund checks?   …

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Smoky apple cider margarita fall cocktail with cinnamon, rosemary and star anise

I know I am going to really miss going to holiday parties and seeing friends at restaurants.      One of the things I love most about the holiday season is experimenting with the many whiskey drinks that almost every decent bartender seems to know and specialize in mixing. So, I know I am going to have…

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popcorn and clapperboard

When I lived in New York, I was a regular at film festivals and loved the experience.  Film festivals have provided a venue for many iconic blockbusters, and independent and rising directors, actors, and producers use film festivals to introduce their work to audiences.  Film festivals level the competitive playing field between large budget studios…

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Man covering nose while coughing

The CDC has some bad news for the restaurant industry that they published earlier this week.   According to the CDC, among people who are afflicted with COVID-19, they are twice as likely to have reported restaurant dining in the 14 days prior to becoming ill than those who tested negative.   However, there was no reported correlation between gatherings…

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