Tag: Akaisha Kaderli

7 Life-Changing Lessons I Learned From 2020

Life-Changing Lessons I Learned From 2020

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli “Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome” – Marine slogan What a year! We have heard from friends and family how happy they will be to see the year 2020 in their rearview mirror. Can’t argue with that.Yet, in my opinion, 2020 brought us great lessons, from which we can benefit. Solid Plans Often […]

Top 10 Questions And Answers About Medical Tourism

top 10 questions about medical tourism

From Retirement and Travel Expert, Akaisha Kaderli Let’s face it, Medical Tourism is definitely a hot topic. Rising health care costs in the United States force some of us to look ‘elsewhere’ for medical procedures. The CDC Reports: “”Medical tourism” refers to traveling to another country for medical care. It’s estimated that thousands of US […]

8 Steps To Ensure Retirement Is In Your Future

pperfect time for retirement

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli The perfect time for retirement doesn’t exist. This is what we have learned in our almost three decades of financial independence. Things change, and sometimes radically. There simply are no guarantees. Flexibility Is Key: From our point of view, a full and rich retirement is still possible for many people right now. […]

How (NOT) to Fail at Early Retirement

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Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli First, let me say Billy and I don’t really use the word “fail.” We believe every situation offers learning opportunities and calling that experience a failure just doesn’t jibe with who we are. In our lives, we want to move forward with the knowledge and wisdom we’ve gained – not benchmark it […]

There Is No Greater Virus Than Fear

Akaisha Kaderli May 2020

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli We have a choice; living a life of fear, or one of hope and optimism. Fear Dwelling on fears clouds the mind. It creates anxiety, emotional contraction, judgment of others and it becomes difficult to make a clear decision about anything. Moving forward becomes arduous because there is so much doubt. […]

How Travel Prepares You for the Unexpected

Akaisha Kalderi April 2020

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli Even before we met, as individuals, Billy and I have always loved to travel. I have written about my cross-country adventure on the back of a motorcycle when I was 19. Billy also traveled with his van to Guatemala in the 1970s and back again to his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. Lake […]

Loneliness Is An Epidemic – Here’s An Antidote

Kuel Life Contributor: Akaisha Kalderi I’m a little troubled. Twice now in the last year, two friends of almost 4 decades have confided in me that they no longer have an interest in making new friendships. The man said “It’s too much work” and the other, a woman, said she is “without enthusiasm or desire […]

Is The World Financially Stacked Against Women?

Are women at a disadvantage for reasons too numerous to list? Is it sexism? Are females not good savers? Big spenders? Is it really true that women get paid less for the same work performed? Is the world financially stacked up against women? I read lots of articles noting all the reasons that “women have it […]

What If? – The Power Of Words; Part Three

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli Many of us don’t realize that the mind is an obedient companion and it looks for direction. The purpose of The Power of Words thread is to help you “manage your perception” so that your experience of Life is more supportive, more FUN and less stress-full. You will find that being […]

Open; The Power Of Words – Part Two

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli OPEN is a GREAT word to work with, and another one which will change your life. If you have followed the thread about the Power of the word FUN!, you will realize that your mind will look for what you program it to find. In our day-to-day lives, we are bombarded with […]