Category Archives: Senior Citizens

Gifts of Experience For Christmas and Other Gift Giving Days

Gifts of Experience are in. Boring gifts that kids play with for 10 minutes, lose interest in and are left to clutter the house (and wasting money) are so ‘yesterday’. Gifts of Experience build memories family members will cherish for … Continue reading

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Ever feel like this at Christmas?

The media reports that almost 7 out of 10 people would like to stop giving Christmas  gifts. A large number say they would be interested in spending more time with family if there was no expectation of gifts. CHRISTMAS IS … Continue reading

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AMAZON’S DIRTY LITTLE SECRET

Amazon and E-bay are NOT always the cheapest places to buy! Their prices aren’t that low according to Clark Howard who uses wish.com , geek.wish. com,  and 6pm.com which helped him buy $90 sneakers for $20.    BEWARE OF “RETAIL … Continue reading

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Volunteer Work Can Open Doors

Doctors and psychotherapists have long observed that those who help others tend to enjoy healthier, happier lives. Often those who have been helped want to do something in return, preferring a hand up, to a hand out. Feeling needed and … Continue reading

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39 year old billionaire sees value of 50-plus workers

Time magazine’s 2015 Person of the Year  Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, a UCLA dropout, will be hiring more older drivers for his ride-share company. Uber doesn’t look at age. They look at ones passion for solving a problem. 23 percent … Continue reading

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