This is an interesting exercise. If you had a time machine, would you return to another age or stage of life? What would that be? Reliving the days of college or young parenthood might be fun. Or would you choose to stay where you are?
Source: Favorite Age to Go Back To
Darn that cell phone. Curse those car keys. And where on earth is your gym pass? If you are one of those boomers or seniors who have trouble keeping track of some of your staple items, don’t despair. This article has both high and low tech tricks to help you save your sanity – and your stuff. Source: How to Track Down Things You Routinely Misplace
You’ve done the will, you prepared a durable power of attorney, and you’re almost done with that end-of-life checklist. But have you taken steps to assure that your loved ones know what to do with your online identity and accounts? This article will help a lot: Source: How to Protect Your Digital Legacy
“Half of those turning 65 today will need daily help as they age, and the costs they incur are already putting great strain on Medicaid. ” Sobering, isn’t it? And very few of us can afford long term care insurance these days. What are your options, and how can you prepare in advance? Source: Long-Term Care an Immediate Problem for the Government
Are you struggling to pay for one or more of your medications? There are several patient assistance programs that can help you, and we found a website that can match you up with the right one. There is no shame in needing help, and your life could depend on finding a way to get that specific drug! Source: RxAssist – Patient Center
Well, Spokane didn’t make this latest list of great places to retire. But some of the spots that did are completely new to me, and pretty intriguing. Are you getting itchy feet? Maybe it is time to consider……………………Source: Best Places in the World to Retire
Social Security has some little-known benefits that just might be important to you. Fast-track disability, money management and language services can make life easier. Take a look! Source: Discover Little-Known Social Security Benefits – AARP