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Senior Strategies

Purposeful Aging: A Model for a New Life Course

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Marc Freedman, founder and CEO of Encore.org, offers an insightful observation about the promise and potential of longer lives. “Thousands of baby boomers each day surge into their 60s and 70s,” he wrote in a recent article for The Wall Street Journal.

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7 Tips for Travelers With Disabilities

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Jackie Witt always feels a little anxious before she travels. The 31-year-old can barely climb steps, finds walking long distances difficult...

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The Magic of Leaving Your Comfort Zones in Retirement

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One of the biggest goals of my career as an air traffic controller was having a worry-free retirement. I envisioned a comfortable place where I could lie back and watch the world pass by; where I could live not only without work, but without challenge, worry or stress.

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5 New Year's Resolutions For Older Adults

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In 2007, British psychologist Richard Wiseman followed more than 3,000 people attempting to achieve New Year’s resolutions including the top three: lose weightquit smoking and exercise regularly. At the start of the study, most were confident of success...

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6 Ways Age Changes How We Travel

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An AARP study of 2015 Baby Boomer Travel Trends found that older travelers anticipated taking four to five trips the following year...

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How to Keep Off Extra Pounds During the Holidays

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With the holidays right around the corner, your calendar is probably already filling up with friendly parties, formal dinners and family gatherings. All of that celebrating can take a toll on the body.

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'Elder Orphans' Have a Harder Time Aging in Place

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Thriving in a place that’s safe and comfortable, surrounded by cozy memories, is a natural desire of older adults. We treasure independence and want a space to call our own, and we prefer that place to reflect the person we’ve become...

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Why Smart People Fall for Investment Scams

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There are many reasons why we fall for investment scams. As we understand and realize these factors, we are less likely to fall prey to investment scamsters — who we call “financial serial killers.”
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An Invitation to Dump Your Obligations

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We often complain that we don’t have enough time to do all the things we wish to do. For many of us, it’s a true statement. We truly don’t have enough time. We ardently desire a “time out” from our obligations.

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The Importance of Listening to the Person With Dementia

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People with Alzheimer’s or other dementia are an invaluable part of our society. Millions of them are brilliant, wise and actively advocating for their rights and needs...

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