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Posted in Your Money | January 2016

10 simple ways to save money

Every little bit counts when you’re trying to be money conscious, particularly since it’s often the little things that can add up to big savings over time. Consider this: if you’re in the habit of picking up a...

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Posted in You | January 2016

Don’t act your age

Benjamin Franklin once said, “We do not stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” Those wise words are ones every “person of a certain age” should take to heart. Society tells us that we...

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Posted in Healthy Living | January 2016

Are you resolved to butt out?

If you’re considering quitting smoking, odds are you already know and understand the risks associated with this unhealthy habit. According to the American Heart Association1, smoking: Is the most preventable cause of...

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Posted in Food and Recipes | January 2016

Soup it up

It seems only fitting that one of the coldest months of the year would be named National Soup Month, since soup has the coziest way of warming you up from the inside out. Because it was so easy to prepare with whatever...

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Posted in Healthy Living | January 2016

Clear your walk wisely

Kids love it for its play value and ability to cancel school, but many adults are less enthusiastic about the annual arrival of snow. Not only can it sometimes be challenging for drivers, but it also has to be cleared...

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Posted in Senior Wellness | January 2016

Growing old together

Once upon a time there were really only three viable housing options for seniors: either they aged in place alone in their own homes, they moved in with an adult child or other younger relative, or they went into a...

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Posted in Senior Wellness | January 2016

Sleep better naturally

There’s nothing quite like a good night’s sleep, but as we age it can become increasingly difficult to get the rest we crave and need to function properly during the day. Adults age 26 – 65 should be getting 7 – 9...

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Posted in Family and Friends | January 2016

Advocating for Mom and Dad

Being a caregiver or advocate for a parent with dementia is a heartbreaking and often very difficult situation. Muddling through the emotional strain while trying to ensure your parent has the best possible care can be...

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