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Technology

There’s a myth that older adults don’t like technology. Nonsense! Let’s explore the best apps, websites, gadgets and services for dynamic older women, like us.

Do You Know All That Instagram Has to Offer?
1 month ago

Do You Know All That Instagram Has to Offer?

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Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms across all age groups. What started out as a platform to share photos with filters to make them look professional has evolved over the past few years into so much more…
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4 Facts Boomers Should Know About Free Trial Scams
1 month ago

4 Facts Boomers Should Know About Free Trial Scams

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Who doesn’t like free stuff? Unfortunately, criminals know the allure of “free” and use it to get people to commit to trials for products or services they really don’t want or need. Before you know it, you’ve been roped in and start receiving an endless slew…
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Facebook is a Gathering of Friends – 7 Tips for Keeping It Enjoyable
2 months ago

Facebook is a Gathering of Friends – 7 Tips for Keeping It Enjoyable

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I must confess that I do love mornings – now that I’m retired. I cherish the slow arousing of my mind as it shakes the remnants of sleep off its back. I veg in muddied nothingness that fogs my thoughts until dawn burns through to clarity. I indulge in the luxury…
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Explaining Facebook Security and Privacy Issues for a Better Social Experience After 60
2 months ago

Explaining Facebook Security and Privacy Issues for a Better Social Experience After 60

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Social media has changed the way we connect and interact with friends, family, old acquaintances and businesses. It allows us to share pretty much everything, including how we are feeling, what we are doing, what we are thinking, who we are with, photos, videos and even check-in at locations.  Read More

New Technology Can Be Our Friend – If Used Wisely
2 months ago

New Technology Can Be Our Friend – If Used Wisely

I confess, I sometimes resist new technology. Like the Alexa app. I’ve insisted that I can get up and turn on my own lights. I remember first learning that personal computers could be used for shopping. “Why would I need one of those?”
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60 and Wondering What to Do with Your Life? Start a Blog!
3 months ago

60 and Wondering What to Do with Your Life? Start a Blog!

How many blogs do you read in an average week? Have you ever wondered whether you should start a blog of your own? I can help you answer that question with a resounding, “Yes!” There are blogs about every conceivable topic…
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How to Manage Your Online Passwords
3 months ago

How to Manage Your Online Passwords

There are a number of rules that the experts tell us about passwords, and according to those rules, you’re supposed to use a different password for every account you have online. The passwords you use should not contain…
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Why Smart Technologies Are a Great Help to the Involved Caregiver
3 months ago

Why Smart Technologies Are a Great Help to the Involved Caregiver

MIT AgeLab is conducting a series of surveys to understand changes in public attitudes and behaviors toward technologies. As they noted, “The pandemic has served as a propellant accelerating the adoption of devices and related services…
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How to Safely Store Your Personal and Financial Information as an Older Adult
4 months ago

How to Safely Store Your Personal and Financial Information as an Older Adult

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As I discussed in a previous article, having your personal and financial information readily available for your executor or loved one at the time of your death or incapacitation is one of the most thoughtful things you can do…
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Have You Heard of the Coronavirus Vaccine Scams? Yes, They Are Real!
4 months ago

Have You Heard of the Coronavirus Vaccine Scams? Yes, They Are Real!

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The coronavirus has infected more than 22 million people in the United States, as of Jan. 10, 2021, according to a New York Times database. More than 373,000 people in the United States have died from this highly viral disease…
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