It turns out that pets are good for our emotional and physical well-being. Subtle physical, social, and emotional benefits – including grief coping – may be the reasons why a person owns, loves, or spends time with an animal.
Most parents may dread having “the talk” conversation, but there is another “talk” that most couples avoid having: the one about retirement planning.
Reverse Mortgages.com, Inc. presents fast facts that may surprise you about Baby Boomers as they begin to enter retirement age.
Find out the health benefits of cooking for one as well as cooking tips and recipes to help you plan meals and store food. Cooking for one can be fun!
Older adults are carrying more student loan debt in retirement. Find out why student loan debt is increasing among older adults and what to do about it.
New Years’ resolutions are common, but why don’t we follow through? This second part of the blog series focuses on making behavior change permanent.
New Years’ resolutions are common, but why don’t we follow through? This blog series focuses on making behavior change permanent.
Loneliness and social isolation can have significant consequences that can lead to physical health problems or even death.
For the older loved one in your life, unique gift cards can be among the great gift ideas to consider. Photo gifts also make excellent gift ideas.
If your older loved one seems to have “everything,” consider these gift ideas to enhance their convenience, their hobbies and entertainment and technology.