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Reinvent Your Identity and Start Your Next Chapter, Part II

Reinvent Your Identity and Start Your Next Chapter, Part II

Transitioning or pivoting into a new career and lifestyle is intimidating. We are leaving the comfortable surroundings and routines we have had for many years and heading into uncharted territory. We all go through it, but we all have a unique way to approach or to avoid it as we make the move.  If we do not plan […]

Reinvent Your Identity and Start Your Next Chapter, Part I

Reinvent Your Identity and Start Your Next Chapter, Part I

As many of us consider retiring from our current job, we often dream of life beyond the walls of our office or work environment. We think about the endless games of golf or sitting on the beach sipping a drink and letting life pass us by as there are no demands or daily schedule to live […]

Elder Abuse: Be A Part of the Solution

Elder Abuse: Be A Part of the Solution

This article  was originally published by the American Geriatrics Society’s Health in Aging Foundation on their public education website HealthinAging.org.  Please visit HealthinAging.org for more information on health for older adults. The mistreatment of older adults is called elder abuse. It is more widespread than many of us realize. Although statistics suggest that one in […]

How to Help Someone with Alzheimer’s Cope with Loss

How to Help Someone with Alzheimer’s Cope with Loss

This article was originally published by the American Geriatrics Society’s Health in Aging Foundation on their public education website HealthinAging.org.  Please visit HealthinAging.org for more information on health for older adults. It’s hard enough to have to tell your mother or grandmother that her spouse has passed away. It’s another thing entirely when she has Alzheimer’s […]

Secure Retirement in Your 60s

Secure Retirement in Your 60s

How to Secure Your Retirement in Your 60s By the time you reach your 60s, retirement is within sight. You may have a better idea of where you want to live when you stop working full-time, and what kind of lifestyle you will enjoy. On the other hand, your finances may not be in as […]

Rocking Our Views On Aging

Rocking Our Views On Aging

From childhood on, we’re barraged by messages that it’s sad to be old. That wrinkles are embarrassing, and old people useless. Author and activist Ashton Applewhite believed them too—until she realized where this prejudice comes from and the damage it does. Lively, funny, and deeply researched, This Chair Rocks traces Applewhite’s journey from apprehensive boomer […]

Hectic Life? Use These Yoga Poses To Slow Down

Hectic Life? Use These Yoga Poses To Slow Down

(Picture above is Janice Lennard, 74. Janice has been involved with ballet, yoga, and pilates through study, practice, and instruction for over 65 years.) If you feel stress, anxiety, panic, fear or sadness or even if you just want a calming exercise, yoga is here to help you. The practice is open and available to everyone […]

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, […]

Travel With Your Grandkids!

Travel With Your Grandkids!

“I made a promise to show them the world.” That was the vow that Pat Zelkowitz made to her granddaughters. She had developed a special bond with her two granddaughters throughout the years and wanted to share the wonders of travel with them. Luckily, grandparents today have more disposable income, freedom to roam, and robust […]

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) […]

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