Getting older is hard work. Responsibilities grow and our bodies start to betray us the older we get. We try to stay healthy and active but common ailments are not always preventable.
The month of Thanksgiving. What a wonderful time of year. Family, food, friends and lots of visiting with many conversations about life. This year may be a different kind of Thanksgiving in light of the current Covid-19 crisis. Maybe your dinner table will be smaller and more intimate.
What can you do to live longer? The average life expectancy in America is just under 79 years, but living a longer and healthier life is possible. By taking several steps, you can develop a healthier lifestyle and increase the chances of living a long and full life. Keep readi
We have reached October! What a beautiful time of year. We hope you are able to enjoy some fall foliage, pumpkins and maybe some apple cider...yum!
Nowadays, it seems like people of all ages are carrying cell phones. In fact, according to Pew Research, 91% of Americans aged 65 or older have a cell phone. And of those people, 39% of those people use a basic phone (a non-smartphone).
How much to save for retirement is an open-ended question. Don't Wait to Start Planning Your Retirement You should save for retirement—and we'll go into all the reasons why later. That we should start saving for retirement from the day we receive the first paycheck from our very first job is a lesson many people learn late.
In this blog post you will get some information on what to consider when deciding on your retirement community location. There are also some tips on ways to sort through your belongings and what items you should take with you.
Estate planning is something many older adults and seniors may be thinking of as they approach retirement or as they consider the next phase of their lives. It’s one of those subjects that not everyone knows about nor do they know if an estate plan is right for them.
What should you not do in retirement? Retirement gives you freedom, more control over your time, and time to focus on the hobbies you love. But many seniors who enter retirement do not know that they can be making costly mistakes that can tarnish the excitement of retirement. Do these top retirement mistakes apply to you?