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4 Smart Devices Helping Seniors Stay Independent

4 Smart Devices Helping Seniors Stay Independent

Though seniors have a reputation as being technology averse, technology has undoubtedly become an increasing presence in our lives. As a result, more and more seniors are adopting tech trends. Of course, one of the many benefits of technology is that it allows seniors to live independently for longer. Still, with so many options for...

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How to Choose Life Insurance Coverage

How to Choose Life Insurance Coverage

It’s a simple fact of life that accidents happen, and that at some point, you’ll need to be prepared for the unexpected. This is why insurance exists. It helps you recover from accidents, injuries, and more and hopefully prevents you from needing to drain your bank account. If you’re in a car accident, you have...

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Save Money With These Inexpensive, Effective Cleaning Products

Save Money With These Inexpensive, Effective Cleaning Products

If someone asked you how much money you spend on cleaning supplies each year, what would your answer be? Fifty dollars? Maybe a hundred? According to a survey by Statistic Brain, the average American spends about $42 on cleaning supplies each month—that’s more than $500 per year!  Fortunately, there are some simple solutions that can...

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3 Ways To Get Discounts On Assisted Living Expenses

3 Ways To Get Discounts On Assisted Living Expenses

It’s no secret that our needs change as we get older. While age affects every single aspect of our lives, one of the biggest considerations most of us will have to make is for our living situation. Assisted living is a popular option for older adults because it affords independence but offers help with daily...

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Easy Home Upgrades That Help Seniors Age in Place

Easy Home Upgrades That Help Seniors Age in Place

If you’ve thought about the future at all, you’ve probably spared a moment to think about what will happen to your home. While some seniors prefer to move to retirement communities where they can be around people of a similar age, this isn’t for everyone. In fact, more and more seniors are making home improvements...

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What to Expect When You Start Exercising

What to Expect When You Start Exercising

Declining muscle mass, as you may already be aware, is yet another part of aging. In fact, it begins as early as your thirties. Though other age-related issues such as mobility challenges, diminishing strength, and more difficult recoveries can make it harder to stay motivated as you reach your fifties and beyond, this doesn’t mean...

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5 Free Ways to Help Others Right Now

5 Free Ways to Help Others Right Now

If you’re like me, thinking about the seemingly endless problems facing the world today quickly starts to feel overwhelming. It can feel like there’s nothing you can do, especially if you don’t have tons of disposable income to give away. (And let’s face it, most of us are not and will never be billionaire philanthropists.)...

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When was the last time you replaced these common items?

When was the last time you replaced these common items?

If you do household shopping, you know there are staples you buy regularly if not every week. Maybe your staple items include things like toilet paper, eggs, and cereal—things you go through quickly. And then there are the items you don’t buy regularly. Maybe you needed an ingredient you normally wouldn’t use for a dish...

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11 Important Resources for Seniors

11 Important Resources for Seniors

Often, the older we get the more difficult it is to continue living on their own, but sometimes there are easy solutions that allow seniors to maintain their independence. However, seniors may not know these solutions exist, or how readily available they are. Here are the ten most important resources you need to know about....

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7 Ways to Boost Your Mental Health and Enjoy Retirement

7 Ways to Boost Your Mental Health and Enjoy Retirement

With each major milestone comes a scary amount of change. As we grow older, it’s difficult to predict what the road ahead will bring. It’s easy to let uncertainty prevent us from living our best lives. Despite fifty being regarded as “the new forty,” the onset of middle age can be daunting. Even so, this...

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