Only 21% of Americans have talked with a loved one about their funeral. Pre-planning is key and can help alleviate stress for the surviving family, save money and allow the chance for a proper and memorable send-off. Here are some factors you and your loved one should consider.
If you think it’s too late to pick up an instrument, it’s time to change your tune. From improved cognitive health to stress relief, the benefits of learning guitar, piano or any other musical instrument can breathe new life into your latter years. So, what instrument is right for you?
Air travel doesn’t have to be stressful for senior travelers. From booking flights to navigating airports, here are some tips and tricks that will make flying the friendly skies even more senior-friendly.
It’s easy to take everyday products for granted. From automatic pill dispensers and key turners to can openers and shower mats, here are common household items every senior should consider to make life just a bit easier.
Fight off seasonal affective disorder — aka the winter blues — and stay in tip-top shape by adding some physical and mental exercises to your daily routine. Learn how changing what you eat and connecting with loved ones can also lessen your risk of catching this “bug.”