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Empty Nesters? 4 Ways To Network Back Into the Workforce

If you have spent the last decade or two raising your children or grandchildren, it is time to applaud your efforts. It is an extremely rewarding process, and you should feel proud of your accomplishments. <3       At the same time, you may now be ready to get out of the house and […]

The Benefits of Yoga and Meditation for Seniors (and How to Get Started)

 Written by: Harry Cline While you may think of yoga and meditation as hippy stuff, you should seriously consider these healthy habits if you’re approaching or already in your senior years. There are an estimated 2.9 million people over the age of 55 who benefit from a regular yoga practice.     It’s a low-impact […]

7 Simple Strategies to Save Money on Groceries

І usеd tо wоrk аt Тrаdеr Јое’s, уоu knоw, thаt рlасе whеrе еvеrуоnе sееms lіkе thеу’rе hаvіng tоо muсh fun? То bе hоnеst, І rеаllу lіkеd wоrkіng thеrе; оnе оf thе funnеst rеtаіl јоbs І еvеr hаd. Вut іt аlsо ореnеd mу еуеs uр tо hоw реорlе wаstеd sо muсh mоnеу аt grосеrу stоrеs. Аnd […]

Helpful Tips for Staying In Touch With Grandparents

Back in February, I wrote a post talking about tips for staying in touch with grandchildren who live far away. It’s often difficult and sad to not be with family all the time. Now, I’ve decided to write about some of the best ways to stay in touch with us! The grandparents! Tip 1: A […]

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