My youngest daughter, Sarah, participates in a figure skating clinic at the Sun Valley Lodge, which has one of the largest, year-round outdoor ice skating rinks in the world. For a week she gets coached by world class coaches, many of them former national champion figure skaters and international competitors.
While Sarah skates, the rest of us enjoy fishing, biking,
hiking and all that the Sun Valley area has to offer.
College marks a great milestone in a child’s life. It may be the first time he or she will live away from home. Dropping off your child at college may be an experience loaded with emotions, so here are a few tips for a smoother transition.
One of my favorite topics to
discuss with clients are their travel plans. The answers I get range from China
to Europe and all across the U.S. One couple I know is visiting Norway right
now and another will be traveling to Africa later this month.
Apparently, they are not alone. According
to AARP, 47% of baby boomers expected to travel internationally in 2018.
Overseas travel may be one of the
more popular aspirations in retirement, but it does raise an important
question: “Will my health insurance coverage travel with me?”