It is no exaggeration to say that Hollywood is hard on its older stars. This is especially true for women who are expected to stay young for a long as possible, while they male counterparts continue to get treated seriously.
What do you give the Queen for Christmas? It’s a question that most of us will never have to worry about… and, yet, this is exactly the dilemma that American actress, Meghan Markle, who is engaged to the United Kingdom’s Price Harry, founder herself facing this year!
When our careers are in full swing, we don’t think about the importance of jobs for retirees. Either we assume that we will save enough money to live in comfort in the “best years of our lives” or we look forward to enjoying our freedom in retirement, without working, even if it means cutting back on luxuries.
We all know what babysitting is. Been there, done that. House sitting, though – what is it? Join us in discussion with Penelope Whiteley who knows all about this new trend that has been gaining popularity in recent years. Enjoy the show!
What are the best Christmas gifts for grandma? Well, as the leader of, Sixty and Me, a community with 100,000s of grandmas, let me start by telling you what NOT to get… candles, slippers, clothes or bath salts! If we wanted any of those things, we would get them ourselves.
There is nothing ordinary about the drive from historic downtown Rome to the port at Civitavecchia. As you leave the capital, you feel the weight of stone and sculpture, culture and commerce lifting from your shoulders. In its place, a gentle breeze lifts your spirits as the Mediterranean pulls you towards your next great adventure.
Claire Westdahl is a legacy. The 71-year-old retired nurse-midwife recently took her 10-year-old granddaughter Mae on her first Road Scholar educational adventure, walking in the footsteps of her mother, who took Claire’s then pre-teen son John on his first Road Scholar adventure over 30 years ago.
Few things are more relaxing than sitting down with a deck of cards and playing a game of solitaire. In fact, I often engage in this activity when I am struggling with a difficult question and just need to give my brain a rest!