I recently attended a wedding reception here in Paris. A friend had tied the knot with his new love at the 4th arrondissement’s mayor’s office in a simple, charming civil ceremony. The reception was held at a local art gallery, owned by another friend. It was a joyful, fun afternoon filled with laughter, tears, joy, … More The Steering Committee
If you have a child or grandchild who just turned 16, The Old Money Guide To Marriage will certainly save you a few headaches and may save your teenager a few heartaches. I’ve detailed the no-nonsense fundamentals of dating, getting serious, getting engaged, and getting married–in short, Getting It Right–for the young people in your life. … More Sweet 16
I’ve read your book, and I have mixed emotions about it. In some respects I feel like you’ve pulled back the curtain and explained a little too much to people who might use the information to pose and climb. At other moments, I feel like you’ve advocated for us, stating our case without the silliness … More Old Money: In Their Own Words
Give them every opportunity to do so. Give them The Old Money Guide To Marriage.
I’m happy to announce that, as promised, “The Old Money Guide To Marriage” is now in print and available on Amazon. If you’re considering getting married, soon or ever, obviously this book is for you. If you’re the parent of a 16 year old who’s about to start seriously dating, a college student who’s still … More “The Old Money Guide To Marriage” – Now in Paperback!
As many of you know, The Old Money Guide To Marriage has just been published. I covered Family and Marriage in The Old Money Book as one of the important Core Values that anyone can adopt in order to live a richer life. In the new book, I’ve gone into more detail about what is … More The Old Money Guide To Marriage – The Heart of the Matter