When Inspired, You Don’t Tire Easily

We recently returned from a trip to the USA during which we hired two separate vehicles. During a five-week period, we traveled over 10,000 kilometers. Initially, we went skiing in Colorado then journeyed to Cheyenne, Wyoming, Mt Rushmore, the Badlands of South Dakota, Devil’s Tower in Wyoming and traversed Montana to Yellowstone National Park. On ...Read More

7 Easy Ways To Avoid Identity Theft

Every year roughly 17 million people fall victim to identity theft of some kind. Identity theft is when someone gets access to your Social Security number, bank or credit card account number, or other identifying information and uses it to steal from you. Reduce your risks by safeguarding your information with these simple steps. 1. Never ever give...Read More

6 Energy Boosting Foods To Eat Daily

As we age, it gets harder to make it through the day without a 2nd or 3rd cup of coffee, popping a supplement or chugging an energy drink. All-day energy doesn’t come from a pill-It comes from real food, which is packed with nature’s secret natural revitalizers such as complex carbs, protein, and fiber. Fill your fridge with these 6 superfoods and ...Read More

Why Your Gender May Have An Effect On Your Retirement Savings

There is a significant gender gap that exists in financial wellness. Liz Davidson, CEO and founder of Financial Finesse, says “there is a 28 percent gap in the additional retirement savings needed to cover estimated retirement expenses primarily due to women’s greater life expectancy.” The increased likelihood of millennial women leaving the workfo...Read More

5 Skincare Tips Every Man Over 50 Needs

The secret is out guys, we know you care about how you look. Your skin is the most important of that. While most men’s skincare regimens consist of a cheap bar of soap and some Old Spice, the aging male skin needs a bit more attention. Read on to get the inside scoop on healthy skin. 1. Stop Shaving Against The Grain The number one mistake men make...Read More

These Three Best Friends Are 100 Years Old And Thriving

Social relationships make us less likely to die prematurely. According to a 2010 review of research, the effect of social ties on life span is twice as strong as that of exercising, and equivalent to that of quitting smoking. In the review, researchers examined 148 previous studies on social links and mortality, which together included more than 30...Read More

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