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5 Incredible Getaways that Cost $1,500 for a Month Stay! (You Won’t Want to Leave!)
2 days ago

5 Incredible Getaways that Cost $1,500 for a Month Stay! (You Won’t Want to Leave!)

Low costs… great weather… excellent healthcare for a steal. There are lots of benefits to giving overseas living a try. But what if you haven’t decided yet which overseas retirement haven you prefer? Or you don’t even know yet if this go-abroad strategy is for you?
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What’s Good About Downsizing Your Home After 60? It Could Be Getting to Enough
2 days ago

What’s Good About Downsizing Your Home After 60? It Could Be Getting to Enough

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As my regular readers know, last year I went through a major downsizing of my large home and moved into a very small apartment. It was hard. At times, very hard. I even wrote a book…
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Can Litter Pick Up Help Minimize Global Pollution? 72-Year-Old Action Nan Certainly Thinks So!
4 days ago

Can Litter Pick Up Help Minimize Global Pollution? 72-Year-Old Action Nan Certainly Thinks So!

As a podcaster, I interview influential guests from all over the world. Many are super accomplished and work for the most prestigious media outlets and organizations. Some have massive followings…
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Having Free Time After 60 Can Be So Rewarding – As a Volunteer!
5 days ago

Having Free Time After 60 Can Be So Rewarding – As a Volunteer!

A friend asked me recently whether she should take on the role of volunteer in a cause she believed in and for an organisation she trusted. My immediate reaction, based on my own experience, was “Yes, go for it…”
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Fall or Fire? Is Your Smartphone Ready to Help You in an Emergency?
2 weeks ago

Fall or Fire? Is Your Smartphone Ready to Help You in an Emergency?

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We all know stuff happens. Things like car accidents, trips, and pre-existing health conditions can put you in a predicament quickly. Luckily, most of us have our smartphone near us at most times…
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Don’t Want to Attend Your 50th High School Reunion? 5 Authentic, Important Reasons to Go!
2 weeks ago

Don’t Want to Attend Your 50th High School Reunion? 5 Authentic, Important Reasons to Go!

I can’t believe it, just as no one can believe it: the famous 50th high school reunion has cropped up on me. The sentiments have long been expressed: it went so fast. It seems like a cliché, the 50th…
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How Many of These 1960s Dances Do You Remember? (Including Vintage Videos!)
2 weeks ago

How Many of These 1960s Dances Do You Remember? (Including Vintage Videos!)

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As women who grew up in the 1960s, dance has been a part of our lives since the very beginning. But, if I’m right, most of us haven’t had a chance to see our favorite 1960s dances performed – let alone put on our dancing shoes and try them ourselves – for many years. Read More

5 Ways to Make Your Life Story More Exciting… Including Time Travel in a Hot Tub
3 weeks ago

5 Ways to Make Your Life Story More Exciting… Including Time Travel in a Hot Tub

We have lived many lifetimes and have so many stories. But sometimes stories elude us. We can’t think of even one. No worries, here are five ways to launch your story. Browse an album of photographs from your past…
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10 Techniques to Help You Prepare for Your Big High School Reunion or Family Gathering
3 weeks ago

10 Techniques to Help You Prepare for Your Big High School Reunion or Family Gathering

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Attending significant gatherings, whether a class reunion or a family wedding, can make us anxious even as we look forward to them. We’ll be seeing people who knew us way-back-when…
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5 Autumn Rituals to Celebrate the Changing of the Seasons (Plus, My Apple Butter Recipe)
3 weeks ago

5 Autumn Rituals to Celebrate the Changing of the Seasons (Plus, My Apple Butter Recipe)

I love the changing of the seasons. Don’t you? This time of year I get to pull out my flannel shirts and thick socks, which after a summer of bare shoulders and toes feels cozy and warm. Read More