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Become a Social Butterfly and Shimmer Through Your Senior Years

Seniors who are engaged in social events and activities in their communities are more likely to exercise and see a reduced risk of depression and enhanced self-esteem. But, what if you’re not a social butterfly? Fear not. Here are some tips that will get you started.

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National Slow Cooking Month: Seniors Can Stay Warm and Savor Tasty Dishes With These Recipes

It’s time to pull out the slow cooker. We’re honoring National Slow Cooking Month by sharing some winter recipes to keep you and your tummy warm in cold weather. From Apple-Dijon Pork Roast to Soulful Chicken Soup, you are sure to find a recipe that you’ll be cooking for winter seasons to come.

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Stick with Your New Year’s Resolutions Today, Tomorrow and All the Way Through 2020

Get in shape, spend more time with family and conquer new hobbies with our quarter-by-quarter guide for sticking with your New Year’s resolutions.

Adult son talking with senior father on park bench

How to Care for Aging Parents As an Adult Child

It can be difficult to watch your parents age. It can be even more difficult navigating what to do once our loved ones can no longer take care of themselves. Here are some things to consider as you start that tough conversation with Mom and Dad.

Grandparents, parents and children in park with picnic basket

Parents vs. Grandparents: How to Clearly Define “Parenting” Roles

Even though grandparents offer decades of experience and love for their grandchildren, problems can occur when they overstep their role. Here’s how to establish clear expectations and open communication between grandparents and parents.

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