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8 Where: San Francisco, CA, United States.
When: Nov, 8, 2014 09:30 am

Keith Haring: The Political Line

Keith Haring: The Political Line

The Political Line will feature more than 130 works of art, including large-scale paintings on tarpaulins and canvases, sculptures, and a number of the artist’s subway drawings. The exhibition will create a narrative that explores Haring’s responses to nuclear disarmament, racial inequality, the excesses of capitalism, environmental degradation, and other issues of deep personal concern.

WHERE

The de Young Museum

50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive

(415) 750-3600

WHEN

Through Feb 16

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Winter has arrived in the San Francisco. Time to plan a Getaway!!

Winter has arrived in the San Francisco. Time to plan a Getaway!!

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22 Where: Baja, Mexico.
When: Nov, 22, 2014 08:00 am

Say Yes Yoga Retreat

Say Yes Yoga Retreat

Personalized, insightful instruction will transform and deepen your yoga experience; optional evening connection and laughter will renew your spirits and connect you to new friends. Plenty of time to stroll the expansive beach, soak in the sun by the pool, or nap in the comfy hammocks. Three fresh, delicious and healthful meals included daily. Optional evening hilarity and connection. Available independent activities: surfing, kayaking, snorkeling, spa. Beginners welcome!

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7 sumptuous days at Prana del Mar

2 yoga classes per day, choose your own schedule from hatha, flow, yin, and restorative classes

3 fresh, delicious, healthful meals per day

ground transportation between Prana del Mar and the airport on the beginning and ending dates of your retreat

optional excursions and adventures

on-site spa

optional evening...

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Personalized, insightful instruction will transform and deepen your yoga experience; optional evening connection and laughter will renew your spirits and connect you to new friends. Plenty of time to stroll the expansive beach, soak in the sun by the pool, or nap in the comfy hammocks. Three fresh, delicious and healthful meals included daily. Optional evening hilarity and connection. Available independent activities: surfing, kayaking, snorkeling, spa. Beginners welcome!

Say yes to:

7 sumptuous days at Prana del Mar

2 yoga classes per day, choose your own schedule from hatha, flow, yin, and restorative classes

3 fresh, delicious, healthful meals per day

ground transportation between Prana del Mar and the airport on the beginning and ending dates of your retreat

optional excursions and adventures

on-site spa

optional evening hilarity and connection

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Finances: Before Filing for Divorce, Five Financial Tips to Make it Easier

By CYNTHIA THOMPSON

Before you divorce, here are five financial tips that can make the process easier if you decide to move through the process.

1. Copy all of your documents and gather all of the financial information you have.

You’ll need to get a handle on your finances like never before. Whether you are a financial professional, yourself, or whether you have not worked outside the home in 20 years, man or woman, you will need to know everything possible on your finances. And You’ll need to preserve it for your review and use in your upcoming divorce before the actual divorce starts. One reason it is so critical to do this before the formalities of divorcing begins is that this information can often disappear once the divorcing begins. It can ...

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Finances: Before Filing for Divorce, Five Financial Tips to Make it Easier

By CYNTHIA THOMPSON

Before you divorce, here are five financial tips that can make the process easier if you decide to move through the process.

1. Copy all of your documents and gather all of the financial information you have.

You’ll need to get a handle on your finances like never before. Whether you are a financial professional, yourself, or whether you have not worked outside the home in 20 years, man or woman, you will need to know everything possible on your finances. And You’ll need to preserve it for your review and use in your upcoming divorce before the actual divorce starts. One reason it is so critical to do this before the formalities of divorcing begins is that this information can often disappear once the divorcing begins. It can become more difficult to find regardless of the cause or circumstances. And once the tax returns, bonus calculations, w-9’s start to disappear – you can no longer use it often until formal legal steps take plce How can you know or plan for what to divide if you don’t know what you currently have?

2. Start seeking out competent, proactive, expert advice to help you flesh out the “what next" or "what if” scenarios.

With some of the financial information you’ve collected above you can start establishing your priorities. This may not sound like a financial step on the face of it – but when you sit down and write the things that you’d like to have from your marriage, or try to envision what you might like or need in order to carry on into the future – these can and will actually be translated into numbers. Do you think you and the children want to stay in the same neighborhood or house? Do you want to hold onto most or all of your pension? If these are your priorities they will have a range of dollar signs eventually attached to them.

3. Safeguard your credit.

Order a copy of your credit report early and now – from all three reporting agencies: is crucial since you can now have this as a base line to know where you stand now, at the end of your marriage. This way you’d be able to see whether any new unauthorized debt is being added in your name only And if you have no credit in your own name now, you you may want to apply for a credit card. To begin building your own credit now may be far easier while still married than after, all things being equal, especially if you have not been the primary breadwinner.

4. Do an insurance check-up.

Get to know the details of all the kinds of insurance that helps to protect your family. Just the sheer number of types of insurance may be overwhelming, but take it methodically and a step at a time. The goal is to get your hands around what coverages your family has and needs. What are your policy numbers -- deductibles, limits, premiums? Life, car, medical, dental, home-owners, renters, flood, insurance and the list goes on and on. How important it is to keep your insurance-related financial issues in order can not be over-emphasized. As just one example: On your life insurance policies, it’s really quite critical that you locate and know now about who are the owners of the insurance – you, your wife, your husband? And who are named on your beneficiary designations? A family trust, your spouse, your children? Knowing this now is essential – if for no other reason, you’ll now have this on your radar.

5. Make sure your tax returns are prepared in a way that you will be comfortable with for years to come.

If you are preparing to divorce but have not yet started and it’s anytime around tax season, this is an area of great potential hazard and you should proceed with caution. Consult your accountant and have him or her advise you not only the possible tax savings now that married jointly filing couples enjoy, but also on the potential future liability you could face in should the returns be found deficient. Know that on returns where you sign jointly, you will be jointly held responsible. This is most often the case whether or not you have any first hand knowledge of the all the financial information on your return.

As always, The best offense is a good defense – and to arm yourself with knowledge is often the best first step in trying to achieve an equitable, fair outcome. By trying to anticipate problems ahead of time you may avoid serious financial issues. And get good – proactive advice throughout your entire process – starting as early as possible in the process.

Cynthia Anderson Thompson, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA ™), MBA (Harvard), is founder of Divorce Planning Solutions LLC, a fee-only financial planning firm in New York. She can be reached at cindy@divorceplanningsolutions.com or 914-906-2919.

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In working with families in major transition, it is helpful to contemplate the Chinese ideogram for crisis, which represents both danger and opportunity. Loosening our attachments to the things we hold most dear allows for more space and flow within us, the possibility of new experiences, and the opportunity to meet as yet unknown parts of ourselves. Carl Jung is reported to have congratulated his friends when they were fired, saying “Let’s open a bottle of wine; this is wonderful news; something good will happen now!”

Copyright, 2009, Darlene Lancer

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Louis CK- Divorced and Best Dad- Oh My God

http://youtu.be/WRyQJdzyfZk


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Where: Pescadero, CA, United States.
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The Bay Area's Best Glamping. Costanoa Lodge in Pescadero, CA

The Bay Area's Best Glamping. Costanoa Lodge in Pescadero, CA

Looking for a quick and convenient escape from the city? Look no further than Costanoa Lodge in Pescadero, just an hour south of San Francisco. Featuring miles of amazing hikes and easy access to a beautiful beach, this is a perfect option for anyone who enjoys being active in the outdoors, but doesn't want to sacrifice the creature comforts of home.


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DOG-EAT-DOG- DIVORCE

Due to a growing shift in our society pets, now considered family members, have become part of the dogfight. By close of 2014, at least 80 million pets will reside in more than 60 million households across the US. Couples are having fewer kids and more pets (more than $58 billion will be spent on pets in 2014 in US). How often do you hear a pet owner call themselves ‘mom’ or ‘dad’?

I got to keep my Jack Russell but lots of my friends have not been so lucky. Warning: depending on where you reside, the pet dogmas vary. In most cases they are deemed part of the marital property division just like furniture. Cool California has modernized and values their pets more than the family car with a variety of pet custody options from joint to full to visitation rights. Conflicted Florida unfortunately still treats pets...

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DOG-EAT-DOG- DIVORCE

Due to a growing shift in our society pets, now considered family members, have become part of the dogfight. By close of 2014, at least 80 million pets will reside in more than 60 million households across the US. Couples are having fewer kids and more pets (more than $58 billion will be spent on pets in 2014 in US). How often do you hear a pet owner call themselves ‘mom’ or ‘dad’?

I got to keep my Jack Russell but lots of my friends have not been so lucky. Warning: depending on where you reside, the pet dogmas vary. In most cases they are deemed part of the marital property division just like furniture. Cool California has modernized and values their pets more than the family car with a variety of pet custody options from joint to full to visitation rights. Conflicted Florida unfortunately still treats pets as property making it best to resolve issues outside the courtroom.

Luckily as this societal shift responds to our penchant for our furry companions, the courts are progressing and in some cases treating pets like children. If you haven’t pre-nupped your pooch though, make sure you know the dogmas in your state.

Don’t kid yourself, pets sense strife in the home and are both physically and emotionally affected by us stressed-out humans. So, beware of such signs of pet stress and be kind to these wonderful beings. They don’t get to bark up!

INDICATIONS OF PET STRESS

Intense, extensive licking or yawning

Heavy panting regardless of exertion

Pinned back ears

Lowered head or tail

Human avoidance and inattentiveness

Increased shaking

Reduced appetite

Whimpering and crying

Excessive licking and biting themselves

Unexpected accidents in the home

Be sensitive to these guys. Seek out a pet specialist. Change your behaviour. Help them and you will find you will be helping yourselves in the end.

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My spouse and I cannot agree and parenting visitation time. How do we come to an agreement and how do the courts decide if we can’t?

My spouse and I cannot agree and parenting visitation time. How do we come to an agreement and ho...

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