According to AARP, only 39% of women are confident they will have enough resources to live comfortably 25 years into retirement, compared to 54% of men.1 Women often juggle multiple responsibilities, which can make it challenging to plan for their financial future. At home, they may balance care for both kids and/or aging parents. Professionally, w...Read More
40 Ways to Stay Social During the Coronavirus Quarantine NOTE: Our thanks to PARADE and NICOLE PAJER for this helpful content. 1. Stay in contact: Social distancing, says Heather Cosimin, an associate professor of psychology at the College of Arts & Sciences at Johnson & Wales University, doesn’t mean you should cut yourself off. “Continue...Read More
So, you’ve finally made it to the big day: retirement. Maybe you’ve been looking forward to traveling the world when you no longer have work responsibilities. Perhaps you’re excited to try a new hobby. Or maybe you haven’t figured out yet what you want out of the next chapter of your life. It’s true that without a typical work week to keep you b...Read More
You probably remember visiting your grandparent as a child, and they seemed so "old." Only now, you’re the same age and frankly, you don’t think you look "old and withered." In fact, we're looking good, and we are, by and large, able and mobile.
Turning 21, 30, and even 40 may have it’s perks, but being over 50 may take the cake. So get that ID ready because when you turn 50, you magically become eligible for some pretty amazing senior discounts through AARP.
A great way to save money for retirement or other goals important to you is to eat at home more often. To do this, it’s important to have tasty food ready-to-eat so that meal time isn’t paired with drudgery. Try these tips below to supercharge your selection of food. Get in the groove. When you return home from grocery shopping get into the habit o...Read More
The concept is simple: When you’re in love with yourself, a special someone or even life, you tend to dress better. Experts say people in love often dress with more flair, energy and color. They walk with pride and smile more. “Dressing yourself is a form of self-care and self-love,” said Jennifer Baumgartner, a clinical psycholog...Read More
Are you wondering about how happiness could be achieved? Are you jealous of others who's constantly happy, but you yourself can't seem to find happiness? Why can't I be happy, you might ask. Sometimes, depression can be the reason of unhappiness or life stressors, but there are actually ways to make your day better. These include things like doing ...Read More
Retirement should be your reward for a life well-lived. You’ve put aside punching that time clock and now it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor! You should not have to worry about making ends meet at this point of your life. However, realities of retirement living such as whether you can afford your home costs are unavoidable and must be add...Read More
Does the idea of After Fifty dating make you a little nervous? That’s a natural feeling for adults of any age, especially if you’re out of practice. Whether you’re 16 or 65, the best way to enjoy a first date is to keep an open mind, focus on the things you have in common, and make your primary goal to simply have a good time. To ...Read More