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There Is Something Special About a Road Trip
15 hours ago

There Is Something Special About a Road Trip

When I am feeling hemmed in, the desire to get in the car and head out on a road trip is never far from my mind. Travel by plane, train or bus is fine, but there is something about an automobile that lends an extra air of freedom…
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Stay Healthy with Regular Medicare Glaucoma Screenings
16 hours ago

Stay Healthy with Regular Medicare Glaucoma Screenings

Glaucoma is a very common eye condition, especially for older adults. When left untreated, glaucoma can do serious damage to your vision, so it’s important to get screened regularly to catch it early. Did you know Medicare offers regular glaucoma screenings?
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How to Create the Feeling of Home Wherever You Live After 60 – Use Your Senses Wisely!
17 hours ago

How to Create the Feeling of Home Wherever You Live After 60 – Use Your Senses Wisely!

By  •  Lifestyle

Of all the words in the dictionary, the word “home” resonates a place in our heart reserved for feelings that are almost indescribable. Like a sigh, it just belongs there, settled in and comfortable, resting assuredly in the folds of our heart…
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Have a Safe Spring! Important Spring Health and Safety Reminders for Seniors
18 hours ago

Have a Safe Spring! Important Spring Health and Safety Reminders for Seniors

By  •  Lifestyle

What’s on your spring cleaning list? Organizing the pantry? Putting together a big donation of gently used clothes? When it comes to refreshing your environment (and life) this spring, don’t forget these important health and safety reminders…
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Decluttering the Room of Doom? How to Tackle Your Attic/Loft
2 days ago

Decluttering the Room of Doom? How to Tackle Your Attic/Loft

Do you dread trying to find something in your loft or attic space? When people are embarking on a declutter, trust me, the bottom of the list is always the loft or attic. Or shall we call it the Room of Doom? It’s filled with all that random stuff that just doesn’t have a home…
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Are You Willing to Occasionally Break the Rules at 70?
2 days ago

Are You Willing to Occasionally Break the Rules at 70?

By  •  Lifestyle

My wise psychologist son talked me through my early morning fog of disappointment. “I spend a lot of my practice counseling people on managing disappointments.” That counsel stayed with me, helping us transform an inconvenience…
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3 Reasons Becoming a Grandmother is the Best Feeling in the World
2 days ago

3 Reasons Becoming a Grandmother is the Best Feeling in the World

By  •  Family

Ask almost any woman about her new grandchild and she will light up all over, like a young woman in love. Grandmothers are invariably thrilled to bits. Perhaps that is all we need to know. We have become grandmothers and we love it…
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Celebrating 4 Decades of a Male/Female Friendship of Equals
2 days ago

Celebrating 4 Decades of a Male/Female Friendship of Equals

One enchanted evening, 37 years ago, I met Ann at an industry dinner party. Sitting next to one another at a large round table in a noisy restaurant, conversation soon revealed we’d both grown up in Brooklyn, attended – at different times…
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Lessons You Can Learn from a Tour in Your Local Cemetery
3 days ago

Lessons You Can Learn from a Tour in Your Local Cemetery

If you’re looking to explore your roots, or just want to soak up some regional history, look no further than your local cemetery. On most mornings, that is exactly where I go, because I am a funeral director. But I often head there on my off-time, too…
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5 Tips to Vastly Improve Your Online Dating Profile
3 days ago

5 Tips to Vastly Improve Your Online Dating Profile

By  •  Dating

Whether on OkCupid, Match or Date My Age, your photo is the very first, eye-catching presentation you make – and yes, it makes, or breaks you. The photo should be high resolution, and you should not be looking straight into the camera…
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