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Retirement for Seniors

Signs of Depression in the Elderly

Date : Dec 06,2016 By : Emma Lawson Major depressive disorder or more commonly known as clinical depression is a severe mood disorder characterized by bad mood, feelings of despair and hopelessness, often followed by a state of anxiety which can greatly undermine a person’s sense of worth, feelings and behavior. According to the Anxiety […]

Summer Activities for Seniors

Date : Nov 08,2016 By : Emma Lawson Summer is simply a great time for everyone to go outside and enjoy fun activities. There are a plenty of opportunities for seniors to spend some quality time outside as well. Of course, you may not enjoy the same activities the younger people do, but there are […]

Kitchen Design Ideas for Seniors

Date : Sep 02,2016 By : Tracey Clayton Nowadays, seniors are living on their own and leading healthy lives without anyone’s help. They have spent most of their lives in their homes and would love to stay there as long as they can. By making some small changes in your home, you can make it […]

Tips to Get out of the House and Preserve your Health

Date : Aug 03,2016 By : Emma Lawson A lot of people spend all day sitting in front of their computer or TV, and then go to bed, only to repeat the same thing day after day. We don’t go outside as much as we used to and sitting for long periods of time is […]

Indoor Air Quality for Seniors is an Important Aspect of Health

Date : July 01,2016 By : Derek Lotts Since the seniors do not move around as much as they used to, they spend the most of their time indoors. This is especially true for those that suffer from reduced mobility. This means that you need to do all you can to make their living space […]

When is it time to get your first mobility scooter?

Date : May 19,2016 By : Andrew Atkinson After your children move away and you return to life without them, things can start to feel quiet. You’re suddenly left with long stretches of time, and without some of the responsibilities that might have kept you busy in recent decades. It’s in these long stretches of […]

How to give back to the Earth after you’re gone

Date : Mar 25,2016 By : Derek Lotts People who truly care about the environment will ensure that their farewell to this world is done in accordance with ecological rules. If you ensure that your burial ceremony leaves no carbon footprint, you will make a nice symbolic gesture to show your descendants how to treat […]

Six Things You Need To Have A Budget For During Retirement

Date : Mar 23,2016 By : Anita Ginsburg For most Americans, retirement, like taxes and death, is an event from which not many can escape. However, having enough money upon which to retire solves only half of the retirement puzzle. The other half is making sure the money lasts as long as needed. The following […]

11 Tips for Successful Retirement Planning for Singles

Date : Mar 09,2016 By : Joel Ray The process of aging is fraught with insecurities, and when you’re single, divorced or widowed, these can be more insistent. Single people draw the short straw when it comes to tax and insurance benefits, spending more than their married counterparts for every aspect of financial planning. A […]

Leveling up your Gardening skills

Date : Feb 10,2016 By : Kate Flannery If you already tried your hand in gardening and you fell in love with the hobby, it might be time for you become a bit more than just an amateur. Gardening is a fine form of agriculture, it has evolved for several millenia, and our ancestors have […]