11. “Did people really used to do that back in the day?” 10. Do not call us anything that you would also call a person under age 8 unless that person happens to have the same name as ours. That includes ““Young fella” “Sweetie,” or worst of all, “Young lady” or “Young man.” “How are you today, young lady?” It is insulting and generally sounds stupi...Read More
As we go through Life, we tend to pick up some wisdom. Hopefully we learn a more stress-free manner of living, a style of engaging more confidently, with less conflict to our days. Below are five tips on how to move in this direction of personal peace, and they will change your life if you implement them. 1. Identify what’s most important to you. E...Read More
The great George Burns once said “Retirement at sixty-five is ridiculous. When I was sixty-five I still had pimples”. Retirement is not for everybody. A growing number of Baby Boomers are finding that retirement is the perfect time to start your own business.
We spend most of our lives dreaming of the day when life won’t be dictated by alarm clocks & commute times. But what happens when you get there and you feel that you are missing something else? While traditional retirement planning covers financial essentials staying engaged and having a meaningful retirement is good for your health and happine...Read More
You’ve been separated/divorced/widowed “long enough” (whatever that is) and you’re starting to think that you’d like to get back on the proverbial horse and try dating again. You might think that it will be easy and you envision galloping off into the sunset with Mr. or Ms. Right. Well whoa there cowboy/girl, let’s get our expectations in check. Da...Read More
Loneliness is increasing among people over 50. In a recent study by Independent Age, more than 700,000 men and 1.1m women aged over 50 admitted to suffering from “severe” loneliness. Friendships we thought would last forever are left behind after we graduate high school and college. Retirement brings a new set of challenges. Later, when we reach o...Read More
It’s been months, perhaps years in the making, but you finally made the decision. You’re selling your home and moving to a retirement community. It’s been a challenging process, with many sleepless nights weighing the pros and cons of starting this new chapter of your life. But you’ve earned this moment. So you exhale as you sit back on your couch,...Read More