The LK Blog

Practical Advice if ‘Divorce Month’ is Overshadowing Your Valentine’s Day This Year

February is often seen as a month of romance, a time to be swept away by heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, intimate dinners, and the rush of butterflies that accompanies new love. Not many people appreciate the irony that Valentine’s Day follows on the heels of January, known as “Divorce Month” in legal circles. January typically […]

February 12, 2021 Post Comment Divorce

How to Have a Happy (and Safe) Holiday Season!

Staying Close Even When We’re Apart As predicted, Coronavirus cases began to rise after Thanksgiving weekend, causing many families to plan to stay home for the rest of the winter holidays. The new CDC guidelines call for limiting holiday gatherings all the way through the New Year. Of course, just because we cannot gather in […]

December 10, 2020 Post Comment Holidays

Coronavirus Pandemic Fuels Surge in Online Banking… Are You Ready for Virtual Banking?

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected almost every aspect of our lives, from how and where we eat, shop, attend religious services, or see a doctor, to how we perform one of the most essential services of all – banking.  In the past, most banking services were done in person or via a drive-through window. In […]

Celebrating Senior Citizen Day [August 21st]

          “Do not regret growing older. It is a privilege denied to many.” The source of this famous quote is unknown, but the words still ring true. August 21 is National Senior Citizen Day, a time to celebrate all those who have enjoyed the privilege of growing older. Rest assured; this […]

Personal Budgeting Post-Covid

Perhaps you have always been a careful budgeter, accounting for every dollar earned and penny spent. Or, maybe you have never focused closely on your household budget. Either way, the Coronavirus crisis and its economic impact on millions of Americans has highlighted the importance of budgeting and building an emergency fund. There are several different […]

How to Co-Parent During a Pandemic

Co-parenting can be a challenge during normal times, but the recent Coronavirus pandemic has made it even tougher to navigate.  Traveling back and forth between homes may have caused frustration related to school, work, or extra-curricular activity schedules during pre-pandemic times, but depending on each family’s unique situation, it may currently be a health risk. […]

Staying Connected Even When We Are Apart

“Shelter in place.” “Self-isolate.” “Flatten the curve.” Whatever you call it, the coronavirus has made staying inside, alone or with family, a challenge for all of us. These challenges can be magnified for seniors who may have special health concerns or require assistance with the basic activities of daily living. Seniors are especially vulnerable to […]

Why I Do What I Do

After a successful career as a senior IT executive with Reuters, a global news and information company, I had a new career decision to make. The decision I made was the result of an emotional and deeply personal experience, and I made it quickly. As I took inventory of my life’s accomplishment I looked back […]

Easy Ways to Save Money (on a Post Divorce Budget)

Saving money after divorce may sound like a daunting task. With two households to fund instead of one, and expenses being individual as opposed to shared, it can be challenging, but not impossible. Planning is key! Having a budget is essential for anyone hoping to save money. If you don’t know where your money is […]

Resolutions for Seniors

It’s 2020!  Gyms are overcrowded, cigarette sales are dropping, and for the next couple of weeks people will enthusiastically, albeit perhaps temporarily adhere to their resolutions.  While self-improvement is an admirable goal, resolutions made in January are often unsustainable.  With that in mind, here are a few suggestions for resolutions that won’t be too difficult […]

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