Catching Up and Starting Again: Post-Pandemic Challenges and New Beginnings

Upon my return to New York, COVID-19 was looming large; but I wasn’t sure what to expect still believing that people over 60 were the most vulnerable. Once the announcement was made that New York would be closing down, several projects in full swing abruptly stopped; and everyone I knew was hunkering down at home.

Case Study: When There’s a Will, There’s a Way

About a year ago, I was contacted by a woman who needed help finding a will in her cousin’s apartment. Unfortunately, her cousin had died alone and was found only after the neighbors smelled an odor and called the police. My new client, who we’ll call Sandy, was in the midst of a conflict with […]

The Right Tool for the Job

Replacing Resolutions With Resolve, Part 3 The first month of the New Year is rapidly coming to a close. If you imagine the year as a 365-page book, how’s the story going so far? Did your book start off with a bang? Or is it unfolding slowly and methodically? Are you writing your book or […]

Keeping the Wind in Your Sails

Replacing Resolutions With Resolve, Part 2 It is a well-known fact that the simple act of making a resolution delivers an energy boost that often lands folks smack dab in the middle of a gym membership. And when that burst of energy that spurred action fades, many are left with a membership, yet no motivation. […]

Replacing Resolutions With Resolve

When the New Year’s Eve is upon us, do you feel a sense of excitement? Are you one of those folks willing to stay up, ring in the New Year and watch it emerge—all shiny and new? Do you find yourself saying, “This year, ‘It’ will be different!” or “This year, I’m really going to […]