Last Will and Testament Essential for Everyone


A will is a document that can dictate everything from who would raise your children to how your siblings might manage the estate after your death. A will can be scribbled on a napkin or it can be a multi-page document that costs hundreds of dollars in attorney fees. Who needs a will, though?  The […]


David Contarino: Taos Ski Valley Offers Best Trails for Double Diamond Skiers

David Contarino

Although the coldest time of the year is over, winter enthusiasts can now think about planning their next vacation. David Contarino, political strategist and consultant from Louisville, Ky., is one of them. As an extreme skier, David Contarino recommends Taos Ski Valley. According to David Contarino, Taos Ski Valley is a world-renowned ski resort in […]


Most Americans Don’t Exercise Enough

That Americans don’t get enough exercise is not news to most people, but now the statistics are official: only 20.6 percent of adult Americans get the amounts of weekly exercise recommended by the U.S. government, according to a recent survey released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Those recommended amounts are at […]


Q&A with Kelley D. Hamilton – Types of Retirement Communities

Kelley D. Hamilton

Today we talk to Kelley D. Hamilton, CEO of Bonaventure Senior Living, about the styles of retirement communities available for today’s senior adults. Q: Tell us about age restricted communities, please. Kelley D. Hamilton: Well, typically a community will set a minimum age, usually at least 50 or 55. Association restrictions are designed accordingly, so […]


Interviews & News Discusses Simple Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

With the clock ticking towards December 25th, and long lists of things left to do before even thinking about relaxing, it’s important to figure out how to eliminate stress and frustration before it affects the entire season. With that in mind, Interviews & News has some simple ideas to make the season more manageable. First […]