Natural Ways To Get the Best Sleep of Your Life

Good quality sleep is essential to good health. However, many don’t get good quality sleep, or get enough sleep in general. While it may not …

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Lifestyles After 50 January 2021 Edition

Lifestyles After 50 monthly magazines are designed to inspire, motivate & educate our readers with a vigorous new image of life after 50. We provide …

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Your Astrological Outlook for 2021

Thumbnail image from Pixabay At the beginning of last year, I predicted that 2020 was going to be a tough one, but I never imagined …

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What to Pack For Your Next Ski Vacation Get Away

Ski season is in full swing and with the extra time off around the holidays, you may be tempted to plan your next weekend on …

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Fabulous Fitness Gear for Motivating Your New Years Resolutions!

Happy New Year BA50s! With a new year comes a new opportunity to start fresh and set some motivating personal goals for the future months. …

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Cannabis Tips for First-timers

It’s never too late for your first toke. Seniors who are just now deciding to dip their toes into marijuana — whether it be for …

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5 Tips for Helping Your Senior Parent Prepare for Assisted Living

The job of convincing your senior parent to move into a senior living facility can be daunting for family members. Part of the challenge is …

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Healthy Bones Tampa Bay Free Virtual Events

Thumbnail image from American Bone Health Information from Megan Willard of American Bone Health The Tampa Bay area has the largest percentage of bone fractures …

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5 Ways to Care for Your Elderly Parents

Image Source: https://unsplash.com/photos/6-H23dfH7Qo As you go about your daily life, it is easy to forget that your parents may be struggling with age. As your …

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Common Issues Seniors Face With Their External Health

Image Source: https://images.pexels.com/photos/3768114/pexels-photo-3768114.jpeg Aging gracefully is a common wish people have for themselves and their loved ones. However, it turns out that we need more …

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3 Great Ways to Stay Younger for Longer

Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Rebecca Fending Age may just be a number, but that doesn’t mean we don’t feel our age sometimes. Whether you’re …

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Advertising for Love: “Husband Wanted” and “Seeking Wife”

Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Kathy A. Megyeri  Actual personal ads from The Villages’ Florida newspaper:  “Sexy, fashion-conscious, blue-haired beauty. 80s, skinny, 5’4” (used to be 5’6”) …

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Why Older Homeowners Should Consider Capitalizing on a Reverse Mortgage Loan

You’ve by now seen the commercials on television where a famous, now aging actor spews forth about the benefits of older folks seeking a reverse …

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Batman: POW! OOF! CRASH!

Thumbnail image from Pixabay BY RANDAL C. HILL  Batman featured an ear-candy theme song, barbaric death traps, innovative gadgets and repulsive villains (each one represented by a celebrity guest). The show was played for laughs all the way and poked fun …

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Music Flashback: “I Hear You Knocking”

Thumbnail image from Pixabay BY RANDAL C. HILL  In early 1971, UK musician Dave Edmunds’ high-decibel guitar licks, nasal lead vocals and floor-stomping beat made his version of …

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Book Review: “Vending Machines: An American Social History”

Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Kathy A. Megyeri   Vending machines are everywhere and we take them for granted, but cultural historian Kerry Segrave traces their …

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5 Tips to Lower Your Out-of-Pocket Medication Costs in January

Thumbnail image from Pixabay From Brandpoint Content  Whether or not you stay up to mark the new year, an expensive reality hits many Americans on January 1: …

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A New Year, A New Inspiration

Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Rebecca Fending  We’ve finally made it to 2021! After a hellish year behind us, it feels as though we’re prepared to …

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Advice with Ms. Price: January Submissions

Thumbnail image from Pixabay To submit your questions for advice, email advicemsprice@gmail.com  Dear Ms. Price,  After saving my money for about five years, I finally …

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Patio Furniture Covers are Important and Comfortable for Seniors

Patio furniture is nowadays a necessity. It helps to decorate the patio portion of your house and will also help you to enjoy the best …

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7 TIPS WHICH IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR SENIORS

In the century between 1900 and 2000, the average life expectancy in the US increased by about 3 decades. That is a lot of improvement. …

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6 Refrigerator Trends That Will Make Your Life Easier

From Brandpoint Content The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the house – especially now, when we’re all at home more than …

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5 Not-So-Secret Ways to Make the Most of Your Money

From Brandpoint Content The holidays are here, and New Year’s resolutions are top of mind. For many, this means thinking about how to be smart …

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Remodeling Your Kitchen for Comfortable Aging in Place

Photo by cottonbro from Pexels As we grow older, it’s harder to perform all the actions we did when we were young. Seniors often end up in nursing …

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Add Some Winter White to Brighten Up Your Wardrobe

For many of us, our winter wardrobe contains far more black and grey than our spring and summer one. Since we could all use a …

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The 15 Best White Sneakers to Kick Off 2021!

2020 was the year for reimagined sneaker classics with modern designer dad vibes and a hipster vintage twist. Finding the perfect white sneaker is a …

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Cozy & Chic Lounge Wear Essentials for Holiday Break

With this crazy year coming to an end, and the stress and frenzy of the holiday season almost over, we all deserve to enjoy our …

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Warm Cozy Throw Blankets for Lounging at Home

I am definitely hugging a throw blanket way more often than family and friends these days. And no matter how many blankets we have, we …

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A Guide to Independent Living as a Senior

Living independently is important at any age. You get the freedom to do what you want – within reason – to eat what you want …

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4 Ways Seniors Can Improve Their Respiratory Health

Unfortunately, respiratory problems are common in individuals over 50 years old. From struggling to catch your breath to developing full-fledged COPD, these issues can prevent …

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Make the Season Sparkle at Home

From Brandpoint Content Your holiday celebrations will look a little different this year, as you’ll most likely be enjoying the season with your closest loved …

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Target Your Giving: Felice Talks With Save The Children’s Nancy Arnot Taussig About Making A Difference

Please listen to this 5 minute conversation I had with Nancy Arnot Taussig, Senior Advisor for Global Philanthropy at Save the Children. She has some …

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Felice Interviews Author Holly Parker about her new book: Back On The Market: A Realtor’s Guide To Love And Life

I had such a fantastic time getting into the big issues of divorce, loss, grief and finding one’s way back into feeling whole again in …

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No Downside To Being An Optimist

I’d never been in the hospital before my five day stay Thanksgiving week. Francis Ford Coppola said “life is an experience that I learned from.” …

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Confessions of a Stress Eater

I am a stress eater and holiday time is my trigger. Without an eating plan the rabbit hole to pantry carbs grows larger as my …

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Benefits of a Small Aquarium in a Senior’s Home

A small aquarium makes a beautiful focal point in any room, and watching shoals of brightly colored fishes cruising serenely through a forest of vibrant …

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Boomers: Will You Be Leaving the World Better Off than When You Were In It?

Photo by The New York Public Library The question in the headline is quite relevant to us older boomers (those born before 1950 or so), sixty …

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Your 5 Step Plan to Crafting Holiday Decorations

From Brandpoint Content Holiday decorations bring a smile to everyone’s face, and that is needed now more than ever. Crafting seasonal décor instead of shopping …

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The elderly in Stourbridge are filing lasting power of attorney with KingsGuard Legal

KingsGuard Legal has a team specially put together – the team has a good reputation for being sensible, smart, and of course, offering cost-effective advice …

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Self-Care Strategies to Help Stay Healthy This Holiday Season

From Family Content With the COVID-19 pandemic added to the typical cold and flu season, many Americans are wondering what they can do to protect …

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LET ME GO

On a typical sunny afternoon in Santa Monica, I went to visit mother.   When I opened the door, I found her on the floor of …

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15 Last Minute Stocking Stuffers Under $50

As the holiday shopping craze is surely at its peak, we know you may be struggling to get those few last gifts. When it comes …

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Entertaining at Home for the Holidays

Dusters have a dramatic flair, perfect for the hostess celebrating at home during the festive holiday season. A duster jacket is effortlessly chic, comfortable to …

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New Pajamas, Bathrobes and Slippers to Pamper Yourself

While I love giving slippers, bathrobes or PJ’s as gifts for others, I seldom buy them for myself. But now that I am lounging around …

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The Womens 15 Most Wished For Items This Holiday Season!

Are relatives and friends still asking you the exciting yet sometimes difficult to answer question of “What do you want for Christmas?”. Sometimes it may …

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5 Ways To Feel Healthy and Vibrant As You Age

Everyone knows that one certain person that’s older, but continues to give off a young and energetic vibe. That’s the way everyone hopes they’ll age, …

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It’s A Wonderful Life: A Reminder of The Miracle Of This Holiday Season

It’s December and it’s the holiday season but it does not feel particularly festive right now with all convos laced with Pandemic fears. However, there …

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5 Reasons to Keep Walking as You Age!

On occasional Wednesdays, I offer tips for adulthood. As we in the UK enter our second lockdown, I am revisiting some of the coping strategies …

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Loving Your Body Well as it Ages

My friend Hayden suggests that as we age and grow less cute, we might be wise to compensate for the loss of good looks with …

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5 Ways Family Caregivers Can Combat Holiday Loneliness

The holidays can be a difficult time for many of us, but especially for aging loved ones. Winter is one of the worst times of …

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