As a society, we often tell ourselves that we’ve never been more connected to other people than we are now, thanks to the Internet. In reality, online connections do little to stave off loneliness in the aging population.
The brain is a muscle and like your biceps need regular workouts in the gym, your mind requires something similar. Here are 5 ways to keep your brain active as you get older.
Sometimes, aging can feel really complicated. Some of the things that seemed easy in youth are now challenging, and it can be a drain on your energy and self-confidence. However, there are simple ways to get back on top of your circumstances. Read on for suggestions that can help revitalize your outlook and put the spring back in your step.
If you are thinking of retiring early around the age of 50, there are some things you need to do to prepare. Not only will you need to prepare financially, there are a number of health changes you should prepare for as well.
Whether you are afraid of living in an empty house, you fear you will grow bored sitting at home, or have any other concerns, there are ways to navigate these changes and challenges.
I had what I considered to be the ideal work life balance. It was meticulously and painstakingly carved out and negotiated over the last 10 years, since the birth of my oldest son. My routine satisfied my wife, my kids and myself. Then, with one phone call, all of us were thrown into a sea of change.
There’s no doubt that having a parent or loved one move into a senior retirement community brings about substantial change. Not only for your parents, but for your entire family as well.
Life insurance is one of those necessities that can cost us a lot of money. It’s essential to purchase life insurance if you have a family and dependents or have outstanding debt. The issue, though, is that life insurance policies can get expensive very quickly.
They had expanded several sizes, along with the rest of me. I was no longer the young, thin curvaceous chick. It seemed my body was going through yet another drastic change. Having had two children by this time, I realized something had to be done with all the weight I carried in front of me.
Dementia and the debilitating effects of Alzheimer’s can turn common household objects into lethal dangers. Even the layout of your home may threaten the well-being of an individual who’s in your care.