4 Fun and Affordable Retirement Activities

Entering retirement can mean a dramatic shift in lifestyle, but luckily there is plenty of time for new or old hobbies. Remember, you’re not just retiring from something, you’re retiring to something. The “what” is up to you, and there are many options other than expensive hobbies. Here are four fun and affordable retirement activities. Volunteering Few things are [...]

2020-09-11T16:55:59+00:00August 24th, 2020|lifestyle|

4 Essential Items to Pack on Your Trip This Summer

If you’re traveling this summer, there are certain staples you can bring wherever you go. When packing for a trip, everyone immediately thinks of underwear and a toothbrush, but there are other essentials that don’t come to mind as easily. And even if you forgot those two things, you can buy a new toothbrush or [...]

2020-08-10T21:09:10+00:00August 10th, 2020|lifestyle|

What to Know Before Returning to Normal

The good news is that you survived the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, and the bad news is that it’s not quite over yet. For those who are returning to the workplace, restaurants, and socializing again, it’s an exciting time – but also a time that requires caution. Americans age 50 and older are considered [...]

2020-07-27T05:53:57+00:00July 27th, 2020|lifestyle|

3 Emerging Retirement Trends

The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have a lasting impact on our lives, from how we fly to how we retire. During times of crisis, priorities often shift, and the need for a plan in the case of emergency becomes apparent. There are many ways our lives might adapt to a different world after the [...]

2020-07-20T06:04:54+00:00July 20th, 2020|lifestyle, Retirement Planning|

3 Ways to Stay Safe As We Get Back to Normal

America is starting to reopen, but that doesn’t mean the threat of the coronavirus is gone. While we can all be thankful for looser social distancing measures, it’s still important to think about safety. Here are 3 ways to stay safe as we get back to normal. How Are You Traveling? Riding on a bus [...]

2020-06-29T21:48:54+00:00June 29th, 2020|lifestyle|

Tending to Your Garden

Spring has sprung, and that means it’s time to garden! Of course, not everyone has a garden – gardening can be too time-consuming for people who work full-time or travel frequently. But, one of the things to love about retirement – and quarantining – is having more free time to relax and adopt a hobby. [...]

2020-06-26T13:10:56+00:00June 26th, 2020|lifestyle|

Three Types of Exercise to Do At Home

You don’t necessarily have to spend a fortune to create a home gym if your gym is closed. We might think it’s too late to get back into shape by the time we’re retired or pointless to carve out time for physical activity, but this isn’t true. Incorporating more physical activity into your day could [...]

2020-06-08T12:59:00+00:00June 8th, 2020|lifestyle|

How To Stay Independent When You Have To Self-Quarantine

Even as life starts to return to normal for some, those 50 and over may be advised to limit contact with others to avoid catching COVID-19. This can be difficult when you or an older parent need something done around the house. Here are three ways to stay independent when you have to self-quarantine. Reduce [...]

2020-05-29T06:11:23+00:00May 29th, 2020|lifestyle|

“Never Bet Against America”

Although we’re living in an unprecedented time, it’s not the first time that America has seen a crisis. It’s important to remember that when people talk about recovery, it’s a question of “when” not “if.” America has gone through numerous wars and hardships and always come out stronger. This Memorial Day, many of us won’t [...]

2020-05-25T12:51:59+00:00May 25th, 2020|lifestyle|
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