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4 Essential Retirement Planning Tips

Retirement is a stage of life you can look forward to, and you’ll get the most out of this time if you’ve carefully planned for it. If you begin to budget and organize things ahead of time, you can be sure to live out your golden years in comfort. To…

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5 Ways to Earn a Passive Income as a Senior

Retirement sits in the back of everyone’s mind as they navigate life. When one reaches that point, however, they may wish to continue bringing in an income to occupy their time and make money on their own schedule. If you retired and want a low-maintenance way to supplement your income,…

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5 Ways to Keep Your Love Alive After 50 Years Together

Your golden years are called this for a reason: they’re a time to step back from decades of hard work and to enjoy life’s most precious treasures. This time in your life is best enjoyed alongside someone you love. If you’ve been by your spouse’s side for fifty years, you…

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Cultivate the Art of Wellness in Retirement

When we think of art, we think of creative pursuits like writing, painting, or pottery. We seldom see cultivating a persistent sense of wellbeing as an art form. Yet, when you think about it, living well is as artistic, creative, and engaging as any other form of art. This is…

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Live Well on Less: 9 Easy Ways for Retirees to Cut Costs at Home

When you’re living on a fixed income, saving money is a must. However, sticking to a budget doesn’t have to mean giving up the things you love. There are a lot of painless ways that seniors can save money on everyday living expenses, like these! 1. Take advantage of senior…

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4 of the Best Hobbies for New Retirees

One of the biggest struggles for new retirees is finding things to keep themselves busy and productive. Fortunately, retirement is the perfect time to learn or try something new, and you can often find plenty of opportunities to do so in your town or retirement community. When you’re searching for…

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6 Things That Every Senior Citizen Should Have

As people age, they become more and more dependent on others. It is never a good feeling to have your basic needs being fulfilled by someone, but as children or relatives, it is our duty to help take care of them. By providing seniors with things that increase their independence…

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How Technology Is Helping Seniors Age in Place

Baby boomers are aging.  The number of Americans over the age of 65 could increase by 75% in the coming years.  More seniors will need care than ever, and companies are coming up with creative solutions to the senior care shortage.  In fact, baby boomers may have a better time…

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Looking and Feeling Your Best After 60

As we accumulate chronological years, we don’t have to age biologically. We can still look and feel great well beyond the age of 60. But in order to maintain this static biological aging process, and stay independent, we have to make certain lifestyle choices. And when we know what to…

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Aging Well: Helpful Tips For Keeping Your Mind and Body Healthy As You Get Older

By 2060, the number of citizens over the age of 65 is expected to reach nearly 100 million. Some people dread the aging process because they think all it brings is routine aches and pains. In reality, getting older allows you to gain wisdom. Once you retire, you will have…

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