Ep.02 – Dr. Laura Hutchison – Parenting in the Age of COVID-19 with Compassion & Empathy

Paul FennerPodcast

Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast |Google Podcast | Amazon Music | Spotify My guest this week is Dr. Laura Hutchison, a licensed psychologist, specializing in helping children and their families.  Laura’s private practice offers psychotherapy for children aged 2 – 12, teen girls, women, and families using a humanistic, client-centered approach.  As a Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT/S), Laura also supervises clinicians and … Read More

78 Quotes that will….

Paul FennerLife Transitions

I’m not sure where I collected the 78 quotes below over the years?  But I thought that they were worth sharing.  You never know where your source or spark of motivation will come from. There are old pilots and there are bold pilots, but there are no old, bold pilots. – Unknown The value of an investing strategy is not … Read More

How a Family Who Has Triplets Saves for College

Paul FennerEducation Planning

TAMMA Family

My Own Family Story My wife Theresa and I have a set of triplets and another daughter who is 22 months apart.  We started our youngest in preschool early, which meant that she had not one, but two years of preschool.  She was always trying hard to keep pace with her older set of triplet siblings.  We felt that she was … Read More

How a Family Office and Wealth Management Plan Can Help You

Paul FennerPersonal Finance

TAMMA Family

The best wealth management plan has nothing to do with “outside forces” beyond your control, but rather everything to do with what’s most important to you.  Instead of feeling overwhelmed by the supposed complexity surrounding financial decisions, a straightforward wealth management plan can bring clarity and peace of mind about which strategies will work best for your particular situation. Behind … Read More

How to Develop Your Own Personal Financial Statement

Paul FennerPersonal Finance

Does this sound like you, “We don’t have any money at the end of the month.  We’re not saving enough or investing anything for retirement, and we’re going to be sending our daughter to college next year.” Your money follows your personal interests.  What you spend your money on shows what is important to you.  So, if you change what … Read More