PERSONAL FINANCE

5 Ways to Plan for a Longer Lifespan – Keisha Blair Featured in the New York Times

Call it the longevity revolution: Americans today aren’t just living somewhat longer than previous generations; the average person can expect to live nearly 30 years more than someone born in 1900—almost to age 80—and many people are living longer than that. While a longer life offers a wealth of opportunities—from pursuing new interests to embracing… Read More 5 Ways to Plan for a Longer Lifespan – Keisha Blair Featured in the New York Times

PARENTING, PERSONAL FINANCE, WELLNESS

Why it’s important that Widows and Single Moms Embrace their Own Path

When I became widowed and a single mom at 31, no one else in my peer group was widowed around me. I was an outlier. I later realized I had my own path to follow. I couldn’t look at “Jane” down the street and wish I had the support and natural career progression she had.  I… Read More Why it’s important that Widows and Single Moms Embrace their Own Path

DATING & RELATIONSHIPS, WELLNESS

Heartbreaking Blunders You Might Be Making with Your Widowed Friend

Founder of the Modern Widow, Keisha Blair, was featured on the Cheat Sheet recently giving advice on what not to say to a friend who has recently become widowed. Read the article below: Losing a spouse is an extremely emotional time. If you have a friend who recently lost his or her partner, you’re likely… Read More Heartbreaking Blunders You Might Be Making with Your Widowed Friend