Tag Archives: Senior Living

5 Money Saving Tips for Christmas

Christmas is the worst time of the year for your finances. There are so many gifts to buy and people to visit. So many meals to organize and people to entertain. No matter how you plan it, December is a time when you spend the most amount of money. This is an unavoidable fact. If you missed your chance at shopping on Black Friday, here are some money saving tips that you can try out this Christmas.

What NOT to Gift Grand Kids this Christmas

The gift-giving season is upon us once again. One of the greatest traditions, and one that brings us closer to our grandkids, is the tradition of gift-giving. This is part of the magic of Christmas. You don’t have to buy the most expensive gift for your grandchild. Instead, the gift just needs to be thoughtful and given with plenty of love. But, no matter what, here are a few gifts you really should NOT gift your grandkids this Christmas.

4 Things that can Destroy Retirement Plans

You may be planning for a comfortable retirement where you have absolutely no money worries. However, there are things that can destroy your comfortable retirement plans. Here are four of them. Try and avoid them in order to enjoy every minute of your retirement.

Do we Know what Thanksgiving is all about

Thanksgiving is just a few days away now. For most of us Thanksgiving is a holiday to be enjoyed with good food amongst family and friends. It is a time to prepare the turkey and enjoy the company of your family and loved ones. The question is though, what do we really know about the history of Thanksgiving?

Consider Green Living in Retirement

Every little thing we do makes a significant impact on our environment. Many of us do not stop to think about the impact we make on our planet. However, it is never too late to consider the things you can do to make a contribution. If you are wondering how you can do so, here are a few ways you can contribute to green living.

Do Retirees Need Health Insurance?

Health insurance is usually offered in your work place. However, it has become a huge challenge for many employers. Over the last two decades, many large companies have stopped offering health insurance after retirement. If you are 65, you can rely on Medicare to take care of your health costs. But, what happens if you are not 65 and retired without health insurance?

Pricing your Home for an Easy Sale

If you are considering downsizing by selling your home, the single most important factor to consider is how you price your home for an easy sale. Yes, you have an attachment to your home, but, you must remember, if you don’t price it right, you could lose on the sale. So, here are a few ways you can price your home for an easy sale.

Keeping Track of Medications in Senior Years

Studies show that seniors take two to seven prescription drugs a day. For many older adults, keeping track of all these medications can be quite a challenge. However, it is vital that all these medications be taken as prescribed. Here are a few tips on how you can keep track of your medications.