Weighing Social Security Income During Retirement

As you get closer to retirement age, you’re probably taking a peak at the Social Security statement. Will it be enough? Most seniors find relying Social Security benefits alone don’t nearly cover all expenses. In fact, some even have to pick up a job again so they can make ends meet. That idea may not bother you now, but when you finally hit the re...Read More

Your Heart’s Ability to Find Youth in Middle Age

It’s no secret that exercise is good for us. It helps our brains stay sharp, lowers cancer rates, and it’s great for cellular health. It’s also excellent for our hearts, which we know from cardiovascular exercise – the physical work we do that raises our heart rate. Unfortunately, as we age, our hearts do not remain the efficient machines they used...Read More

The Freedom that Comes with an Uncluttered Life

I like to believe I am on the cutting edge, always one step ahead of the latest trend. I commonly find that I have initiated lifestyle changes long before they are publicized on major print media or featured on television. This is why when the tiny house trend started to catch on a few years ago, my spouse and I felt like we were ahead of the game....Read More

Redefining Being “Old”

These days we’re quick to categorize people. Just ask any Millennial aged person, the stigma they face just because of the year they were born is one they just can’t shake. The same goes for those of us in our later years – old people. But are we really old? Most of us who are, technically, old, don’t think of ourselves that way. We’re healthy, act...Read More

4 questions to answer before you retire

After decades of hard work, it’s tempting to reach towards your retirement years a little early. But don’t quit your job just yet. There’s a lot to consider when debating retirement, and with people living longer than ever, you really want to be sure you’re ready before you pull the trigger. It’s a lot easier to stay working, than it is to go back....Read More

5 Things to Eliminate From Your Life for a Great Retirement

As 75 million Americans approach retirement over the coming decade, they might be in for a rude awakening. We are the sum of our habits and retirement is a time to make changes and enjoy things that were not always possible before. The challenge is bad habits are creeping up on you slowly until you don’t even notice the damage they’re causing. As i...Read More

Your Best Over 50 Flirting Game

Whether you’re newly single, or just interested in fresh tips, you’re probably interested to hear some advice about how to flirt in your 50s. It’s not the same as when you were in your youth. Back then, silly lines and suggestive clothing were a way to get an interest to go out with you. Instead, now you must be a little more inventive with how you...Read More

3 Reason Why Being Forgetful is a Good Thing

Looking for your glasses? Trying to remember where someone lives? What’s their last name, their profession, or that book they said you should read? Becoming forgetful in later years is scary. Our brains are shrinking after all! But, there’s good news. Senior moments might not be quite the nail in the coffin we correlate them to be. Studies are star...Read More

5 Ways Your Life is Better After Age 50

We always hear the glories of youth – how life is so much better. Sure, practically their bodies are shiny new engines, and yes, they have that impeccable skin. But while the young don’t have the aches and creaks some of us get later in life, we older folks do actually have some things to look forward to as we age. In fact, after researching severa...Read More

The Amazing Cell-Phone Diet!

Me? I haven’t been able to control my enthusiasm. My wife? She can’t contain her sarcasm. “Gary please tell me you’re running around the house because you’re excited that for once you remembered to put the toilet seat down!” Actually it’s better; much better. I am about to join the list of great inventors–people who have brought about transformatio...Read More

7 Reasons Why Technology Is Ruining Our Lives

Technology is changing the way we live, but that doesn’t mean we have to love it all the time. In fact, there are plenty of ways in which it has made our lives worse, leaving us longing for the good old days when we talked to people instead of our phones. Here are the things that irk us the most about tech: Meeting someone new in a bar is con...Read More

Hot New Health Trends To Look For In 2018

Those in the know offered their predictions for the 2018 food and wellness trends and it’s all about balance and building strength through nutrition and lifestyle. Large corporations are responding to consumer demand for higher-quality food, and sustainability practices. At the same time, cutting-edge research on intermittent fasting and the ...Read More

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