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Get Back Out There And Start Dating!

Get Back Out There And Start Dating!

What are you waiting for? I understand that you worry about how and where to meet someone new. And once you do meet someone, you fear how your family and children will react to a new partner, and how you can avoid repeating the same mistakes from your last relationship or previous marriage. These beliefs, […]

Do I Need A Medicare Supplement Plan?

Do I Need A Medicare Supplement Plan?

Having a Medicare Plan is a surefire way to enter your retirement years. Yet, and depending on your circumstances, a Medicare Insurance Policy may not be enough to provide a strong safety net when it comes to managing your finances. Primarily because of the “gaps” (out-of-pocket health care costs, such as coinsurance charges, co-payments, and deductibles) […]

How To Move On After Divorce

How To Move On After Divorce

Divorce! It’s the one thing you probably never anticipated at this point in life. No-one walks down the aisle expecting to get divorced 20, 30 or 40 years later. However, while divorce rates in general have stabilized, the number of us aged over 50 getting a divorce (dubbed “gray divorce”) has almost doubled since the […]

Pet Love For Older Adults

Pet Love For Older Adults

I have one 70-year old friend who takes her dog to the local dog park daily. Sometimes her husband accompanies her, but more often than not, it’s just her and her dog. She has been going to the same dog park for six years now and she is part of a strong community that has […]

Plan For Your Next Life Stage

Plan For Your Next Life Stage

Heraclitus, an ancient Greek philosopher, once said that “Change is the only constant in life”. Centuries have passed, and the statement is as true today as it was then. The question is: are we using this period of change for growth? Studies report that the most significant causes of stress include deaths of parents and […]

Avoid Long Term Care Insurance Risks

Avoid Long Term Care Insurance Risks

Is it long term care worth it? We all know that the long term care expenses are too expensive to fund out of pocket; many have had to drain their savings to cover just a portion of the care that they need. On top of that, family members have been pushed to carry the burden […]

Stretches to Ease Chronic Pain

Stretches to Ease Chronic Pain

When you’re dealing with pain on a regular basis, it can be easy to think your discomfort will never go away. And that’s, in part, because your brain and body are already stuck in a faulty pain-signaling loop. The brain can continue to receive pain messages long after the major damage has been healed, says […]

Is Long-Term Care Insurance Worth It?

Is Long-Term Care Insurance Worth It?

First, let us answer one question: who are the adults aging solo? The dream for many in this generation was to land a job, establish a career, buy a house and a car, get married, and then have children. However, 25 million Americans or one-third of the aging population are marching to the beat of […]

Tools For Sharing Medical Information

Tools For Sharing Medical Information

So, you’ve decided to share your medical information with your family. The reasons may vary, from helping you keep track of important details such as appointments, medications, etc. to taking care of logistical paperwork.Whatever the reason may be, we can all agree that some of the most sensitive information tends to be found in medical […]

Take The Leap: Travel Solo and Prosper

Take The Leap: Travel Solo and Prosper

Healing With Travel Peggy Johnston’s husband died unexpectedly in 2007, just two months after her retirement. She was thrust into the biggest transition period of her life, but she didn’t lock the door and throw away the key. Peggy saw this as an opportunity to begin a new journey — on her own. “After my […]

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