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February 18, 2016
14 Ways to Help Seniors Avoid Social Isolation
A vast body of evidence demonstrates the physical benefits of a healthy social life. Conversely, loneliness and social isolation have been clearly linked to poor health outcomes.Social isolation among seniors is alarmingly common, and will continue to increase in prevalence as the older population grows.Considering the demonstrated risks and the increasing prevalence of this issue, here are some ways to promote social health and connectedness.
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February 18, 2016
Home Safety and Security for Aging-in-Place Seniors
Aging in place can be a great way to spend your golden years. However, if you’ve been living in the same house for decades, it may be out of date with security standards. It may also require modifications to accommodate the physical and sensory changes that older adults encounter as they age.This guide will go over the various ways you can make your home a safer place to retire in.
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January 10, 2016
Living Life on Purpose – A New Year’s Resolve
The New Year is the perfect time to step back and reflect on the past year and identify what you want to accomplish in the upcoming year. When people reflect on the past the biggest questions they ask is “What did I accomplish?”
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December 10, 2015
Is Today Tuesday? The Calendar-Free Retirement Life
Is today Tuesday? It’s hard to keep track when you’re retired, especially if, like me, you’ve resisted routine since toddler days. Mom made very few entries in my baby book, but she did note that I’d protest, “I did that yesterday,” when she’d take me to the potty. Too soon, school bells began dictating when to be where, interrupting recess or an interesting lesson for the sake of order.
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November 11, 2015
Second Blooming:
Changes in Life: Staying Optimistic in a Crazy World

Terrorism, Washington gridlock, climate change, mass shootings in churches and schools, famine and poverty, floods and fires, never-ending wars in the Middle East…tell me again why I should be optimistic? I don’t know about you, but there are days when all the bad news gets me down. I succumb to feelings of despair, frustration, helplessness, hopelessness. Maybe being a pessimist really is the logical choice! Digging my way out of that depressing ditch takes effort, so I remind myself of the value of optimism and why I should choose it instead.
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