Autumn is the time when we pause and reap the fruits of our labor. For many, school is back in person, and this year especially, autumn represents the first steps toward a time when life may look a little more “normal.” Whether you prefer drinking a mug of hot cider or eating an apple fresh off the tree, we’ll explore the history of America’s most beloved fruit in “All About Apples” and explore some of autumn’s more unusual traditions in “Autumnal Oddities.” Click Here to view our Fall Newsletter
Although many of us have found ways to stay connected this year, summertime helps us look forward to the day when we can gather in person over a barbecue and a cold glass of lemonade. With so many of us staying closer to home this summer, technology is making it possible to still enjoy the outside world, as you’ll read in “Online Tourism: See the World from Your Sofa.
While in some regions, winter may hold us in its grasp awhile longer, the weather will soon soften and herald the return of longer, brighter days. In this time of renewal, it makes sense to give yourself room to grow by casting aside the things you no longer need. In that spirit, “Declutter Your Documents” can help you decide what to keep, and what to send on a blind date with your paper shredder.
The magic of the winter season, a time when everything seems to sparkle just a little brighter, is upon us. It’s a time to gather with family and friends, whether in person or virtually, and to appreciate the bonds that bring us together.
Autumn is a time to get cozy and appreciate all the things that only happen this time of year. We’re looking forward to cooler nights, long walks, and sipping cider next to a fire. While this autumn may look different than it has in years past, there is still plenty to enjoy.
With all the upheaval in the world, this summer may look a little different than others. In this issue, we discuss “How to Retire During Volatile Times.” Whether you’re preparing to retire soon or already retired, this issue contains tips and tricks that you can use to help weather the ups and downs of the financial markets.