Month: December 2013

City Retirement Living Has Its Advantages

Why City Retirement? The Baby Boom generation redefined America, and they continue to do so as they reach retirement, demanding a wide variety of lifestyle options. In keeping with this trend, many of today’s retiring boomers and seniors are opting for city sidewalks over country roads, thanks to an ever-growing list of amenities. Plus, many people find that the pace of city life helps them think younger and maintain their interest in life as they age. So, if you identify with the hit song “You Belong to the City,” then urban retirement may be the right decision for your golden years. The city retirement choice is expected to become more appealing as we approach the next post-millennium decade, given that the number of Americans over age 50 is expected to triple in the next 10 years, to so...

How To Be Happy In Retirement

When talking with clients about retirement, I almost always hear some variation of “I just want to be happy.” The more I hear the “H” word, the more I ask myself, “What actually makes us happy?” There’s certainly no single answer to that question. In fact, the answers seem limitless. Not only that, but we don’t seem particularly good at knowing what will make us happy. The things we choose — a new car for example — often provide a short-term, fleeting sense of pleasure rather than a deep, abiding sense of happiness. So what can we do to improve our odds of a happy retirement? Enroll for our newsletter and we’ll send you 10 FREE tips on how to experience a happier retirement every year!

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Perception Is Our Reality

How would a change in perspective enrich your life today?

Give Yourself A Gift Today

  Food for Life: The Power of Food for Health The Food for Life program is a community-based nutrition education program of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). With more than a million people diagnosed with cancer and 26 million people diagnosed with diabetes in the United States each year—and many more cases in other countries across the globe—there is an urgent need for a new direction in battling diseases. The Food for Life program is an innovative approach to a medical challenge. It aims first to prevent disease. When a disease has been diagnosed, it works for improving survival. Designed by physicians, nutrition experts, and registered dietitians, each of our curricula includes information about how certain foods and nutrients work to promote health and figh...

Age Does Not Matter

Wow! Who said being 75 meant being out of shape? Share this and show folks what’s real and possible!      

Be Part Of A Community

Hedda Bolgar, 103 year-old practicing L.A. psychoanalyst says, “Food, alcohol, and drugs are no substitute for a relationship. If you’re lonely, do something about it. If you love the arts, take a course at your local college. And if you can’t find a place to get involved, create one. It’s important to be part of a community!”

Spread Joy and Dream!

Engage Your Brain

What do you daily to keep your mind bright and alive?

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