It would be nice if getting older meant that all of your worries and troubles would just fade away into the ether. But even after you retire, and it is no longer necessary to meet deadlines, follow orders, or … Continue reading
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Just in case you’re not sick to death of New Year speculations already, let’s take a look at 2012 trendsetting predictions for Boomers. According to Marian Salzman, CEO of one of the world’s leading trend-spotters, Euro RSCG Worldwide PR, there … Continue reading
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This is so sad and I almost didn’t post it, but the story is just so incredible. In Yarumal, Colombia, Laura Cuartas, 82, is taking care of her 3 children who suffer from early-onset Alzheimer’s. She’s already lost one of … Continue reading
While President Obama is assured of re-nomination as his party’s candidate for president, on the Republican side things are far from decided, as a half a dozen serious candidates will be competing for votes over the next several months in … Continue reading
I found this guide to Making the Move to Assisted Living at one of my all time favorite blogs, Crabby Old Fart.
A very significant bill was approved by the house this past October. The VOW To Hire Heroes Act of 2011 is one of the most aspirational pieces of legislation that has passed recently considering the nation’s soaring rate of unemployment. … Continue reading
December is a great reading month because it gives us a nice break from the list-making, endless decorating, and horrendous shopping excursions that usually take up our time during the hectic holiday season. I consider myself an avid reader, usually … Continue reading
Well, it’s that time, again. The new year is almost here and some of us are in dire need of fresh online content for 2012. Why not start out the year with a new crop of habit-forming blogs guaranteed to … Continue reading