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Why We Shouldn’t Set “Goals”

Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

By Paul Hogan When thinking of the new year, is the first thing that pops in your mind, after your plans for New Year’s Eve, a screaming – AGHH!  NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS, again? Have your resolutions been the same year after year; maybe to quit smoking/drinking too much, start a workout program, lose weight, spend […]

January 2014: A New Year!

Saturday, March 15th, 2014

Welcome to 2014! A new year begins. Our thoughts are of the new dreams, promises and hopes as the future starts with the calendar date of January 1, 2014. My thinking is this is a new period. A new time so it is time for a new me. Handsome, slim, muscular, elegant and with an […]

“School’s Out For Summer”

Saturday, March 15th, 2014

by Paul Hogan Alice Cooper sang, “School’s Out for Summer,” which I heard over and over again when it first hit the charts. It was the summer after my senior year in college and I was a counselor at a half-way house for boys thirteen to sixteen years old. What an experience, even after my […]

December 2013: My “December To Remember” Wish For You

Saturday, March 15th, 2014

Season’s greetings! “It is the December to remember,” runs one of the high dollar Lexus car ads. Bright new shiny cars are shown with the family going with grandpa to light lights as a tradition in front of a million dollar home in the snowy forest. Another high dollar car ad has two rows of […]

My Memories of Thanksgiving

Saturday, March 15th, 2014

I don’t have warm fuzzy memories of Thanksgiving during my childhood. No trips to the Grandparents and I don’t recall extended family visiting and sitting at a “Norman Rockwell” type table for Thanksgiving Dinner. Now, I know we had turkey and the normal trimmings – and most likely we ate as a family. I just […]

Dec 2011 Newsletter

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

At first, I struggled for awhile when deciding what to write for this third issue. I struggled mainly because there are so many different choices to talk about in December. I could talk about the holidays, end of the year, my feelings, improvements in how my office operates to help you or I could focus […]

Labor Day Weekend

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

Labor Day weekend is upon us. A sad weekend for summer season lovers as the warm summer days give way to the cooler leaf ridden breezes of fall. Labor day for most is an extended weekend for family fun and a last chance to grill outdoors and to hop in the pool. For many of […]