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Alternative Vacation Locations for Your Favorite Activities LionsGate Advisors

Alternative Vacation Locations for Your Favorite Activities

February 3, 2023
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It’s officially 2023, and the travel restrictions brought on by 2020’s global pandemic are now a thing of the past. Families and individuals across the globe are again dipping their toes into the world of travel. If you’re due for a vacation but are looking to avoid breaking the bank or lingering in big tourist […]

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Finally, You Can Stop to Smell the Roses in Retirement LionsGate Advisors

Finally, You Can Stop to Smell the Roses in Retirement

January 27, 2023
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Retirement is a time for rest, relaxation, and a chance to sit back and appreciate all that we have gained. No longer do we have to rush around trying to meet deadlines or fulfill the demands of a boss. Instead, we can take the time to slow down and truly enjoy the moments we have […]

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3 Pet-Friendly Houseplants to Grow LionsGate Advisors

3 Pet-Friendly Houseplants to Grow

January 13, 2023
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Life in retirement can feel a little slow and quiet, especially when you spend lots of time at home, have become an empty nester, or haven’t picked up any new hobbies. Plant parenting is a great way to fill up your time. It invests you in nurturing life, prompts you to learn new things, and […]

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Coffee-Lovers' Events in 2023 Lionsgate Advisors

Coffee-Lovers’ Events in 2023

January 6, 2023
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All the macchiato, cappuccino, and espresso lovers know how a sip of coffee easily brightens up your day. Whether you take yours caffeinated or buzz-free, black or milky, sugar-free or candy-sweet, you are a certified coffee enthusiast, and you might be excited to know that 2023 is the year for coffee lovers to come together! […]

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How to Build Your Art Collection in Retirement Lionsgate Advisors

How to Build Your Art Collection in Retirement

December 22, 2022
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Art collecting has been a part of human life since early African and Asian civilizations collected and stored art in temples, tombs, and sanctuaries.[1] In more recent times, art collections have been mostly associated with royals and the ultra-wealthy. However, anyone can participate and become an art collector, and doing so can sometimes end up […]

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