In case you haven't noticed, the campaign for the movie of Fifty Shades of Grey has already begun, in anticipation of a Valentine's Day release. Many of those who go to the movie will have read the book. But will the movie version have A HAPPY ENDING? Everyone has their own kink.
As we all enjoy the holiday season, let's keep in mind what's most important in life. While I can't speak for other Baby Boomers, it's my guess that for the vast majority of us, family and friends are what count most.
We could manage our weight and our health with at least as great and reliable a ROI as we can get by managing our money. We could eliminate 80 percent of our lifetime risk of chronic disease. The grim landscape of modern epidemiology is not for want of knowing -- it's for want of doing.
Started by a group of college friends just two years after graduation, Prospect has since grown to become one of the few established theater companies in New York City producing full seasons of new musicals.
This let's-live-for-today approach has become a macro and micro economic problem. It's macro because it hurts our economy. It's micro because tens of millions of Americans face retirement without adequate savings.