As some of you are probably aware, my wife and I have been abroad for awhile. Happy accidents have conspired and we are now ensconced in a small apartment in Verona, Italy. We’re wedged in a picturesque, pedestrian enclave. The narrow, cobblestone streets are barely wide enough for one car, much less two, and traffic … More Old Money in Verona
Old Money isn’t a license to do as you please. It’s a mandate to do the best you can. Byron Tully
One of the benefits of working hard, living within your means, and investing wisely is the options it gives you at certain points in your life. One of these options is to take a sabbatical from your work for a few months, or even a year. While this is shocking (and completely unimaginable) to many … More Old Money: The Rewards Program – The Sabbatical
My family lives in the South, and we’ve been lucky enough to have had good careers, good investments, good educations, and good marriages for a couple of generations now. To my friends from New York City, we may resemble gentrified hillbillies, but we’ve traveled, read, and quietly tried to contribute to the quality of life … More Old Money: In Their Own Words
The corduroy jacket and the bow tie.