A lot of people have questions about retirement. They want to know if they're making the right decisions and if they're ready for retirement and the years ahead.
Because there are so many questions — and there's so much information to share — about retirement, we decided to start a radio show. It's a great way to answer your questions and ... CONTINUE READING
Introducing Co-partners of Campesinas
Imagine a family living on five dollars a day! That is the income of many rural families in El Salvador and Guatemala. Co-partners of Campesinas (copartners.org), an Alexandria-based, all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization is working to improve family income by providing small grants and technical assistance to four Central American women's groups who distribute scholarships and ... CONTINUE READING
The History of Hot Dogs and Burgers
If your plans for this Independence Day involve firing up the barbecue, you'll probably be cooking two American classics: hot dogs and hamburgers. Come the Fourth of July, families will be grilling up burgers and dogs from sea to shining sea, but it wasn't always this way. The story of how beef patties and sausages became culinary symbols of our nation will give you plenty of food for thought ... CONTINUE READING