1. Lucretia Donahue-Reed

    That is where I am, making a good living but stagnant, nervously aware of the need to support myself now and through an eventual retirement.

  2. I love the points you’ve made. After 20 years as a therapist and educator, I opted to go back to my first love, music. I’m not sure I would have done it, however, if I were having to depend on it financially. Oddly enough, as I was reading your post, I couldn’t help but realize I’m in the middle of recording a song entitled Live, Love, & Die (Like You Mean It). It’s really about not making money be the thing of primary importance in life. However, there are those for whom money is in short supply, especially in today’s economy. Thought provoking blog! Thanks!

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