I read a news article recently that stated that 1 in every 5 residents of Boston has a net worth of over $1 million. I shared the news with a friend of mine who had visited the city recently. She was incredulous. She noted the lack of expensive sports cars on the street, the conservative … More 5 Reasons Boston May Be The Wealthiest City in the U.S.
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLN-WanZKjcs7MMcsy_pkOtCwUfQtZH2Ec I love these guys. “Dickens is so messy…” BGT
We all like to belong to something: a club, a peer group, a fraternity or sorority, a secret society, a family. With that in mind, I’d like to invite you to join the Ultimate Aristocracy. I know it’s quite a garish and provocative invitation here in America, where we say we don’t have royalty or … More Join The Ultimate Aristocracy
Marcus Tullius Cicero, as you may know, was a famous Roman orator, philosopher, and politician. He was also an Old Money Guy, growing up in a wealthy household outside Rome that was overseen by a bookish father and managed by a thrifty, no-nonsense mother. Here are some of his quotes that will endear him to … More Cicero, Old Money Guy
“I have a different idea of elegance. I don’t dress like a fop, it’s true, but my moral grooming is impeccable. “I never appear in public with a soiled conscience, a tarnished honor, threadbare scruples, or an insult that I haven’t washed away. “I’m always immaculately clean, adorned with independence and frankness. “I may not … More Old Money and Elegance
Buying your food at your local farmers market is a great choice. Here are five reasons why: 74% of all foods in your local supermarket contain added sugar. You don’t need it. In fact, you want to avoid it. Buy food that’s in its original state: fresh, with a minimum of packaging and processing. When … More 5 Reasons To Shop at Your Local Farmers Market