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Health Tips for Seniors: How to Strengthen Aging Muscles

One of the greatest concerns associated with aging is the loss of muscle strength and tone. As we age, it becomes harder to keep our muscles healthy. These muscles get smaller and lose their density, decreasing the strength in our muscles and increasing the likelihood of fracture if we fall. What we must realize is that we can still strengthen our muscles and stay fit if we take a few minutes every day to do some muscle-strengthening exercises. A healthy diet in conjunction is a must as well.

Money Saving Tips for Seniors

6 Money Saving Tips for Active Seniors

Active Adult Living Made Better with Money Savvy Measures

The rising cost of living is not easy for most seniors.  You, as an active senior, maybe living on a fixed income and the rising utility bills, gas and food prices may be quite worrying.  This can be true even if you have planned well for retirement.  However, there are ways to stretch that income, if you follow some money-savvy practices. Here are a few methods that you can take into consideration to keep your finances stable and your mind free of worry.

Are you a babyboomer

Do You Belong to the Baby Boom Generation?

The Baby Boomers Are Now Hitting Retirement Age

We all talk about the baby boomer generation and associate 55+ adults with this term. Yet most of us may not be sure how this generation came to be known by this label. The baby boom generation is a term applicable to a period of the great increase in the number of births in America that occurred from 1946 to 1964. During this period, in the United States alone, there were approximately 79 million births. This generation has experienced some of the iconic eras in history including the end of World War II, Woodstock, John F Kennedy, John Lennon, Flower Power and, of course, the Vietnam War.

Downtown Cleveland Ohio

Focus on Ohio

Are you close to retiring or of retiring age and interested in moving to a State, such as Ohio?  If so, you should know that you are considering moving to the state that has produced many famous characters, such as, Neil Armstrong, Paul Newman, and Stephen Spielberg.  Not only this, if you were to move to Ohio you will be able to experience all the great things that Ohio has to offer its visitors and residents alike.  Let’s take a look at some of the things that will make Ohio THE state to live in.

Delaware River

Focus on Delaware

If you are thinking of a change now that retirement is here or just around the corner, you should consider changing your address to one in Delaware. Bordered by Pennsylvania to the north, Maryland to the west and south, the Atlantic Ocean to the East this state is the second smallest state in USA. However, although it is small, you will find many things to do and see in Delaware. So, if you are considering making a change, let us cite some information on things to do while in Delaware, and help you make a good choice.

The Benefits of Fishing

Are You Hooked on Casting That Rod?

The world these days is a busy place.  We are constantly running here and there, trying to get an extra hour into the already full-up 24.  This lifestyle makes us forget the importance of sitting back and relaxing; relaxing with a book, relaxing with a hot cup of coffee or tea, or relaxing with a fishing rod in the middle of a lake.  Many adults over the age of 50 are almost addicted to fishing.  What is so special about sitting in the middle of a lake and hoping the fish will bite?

The Two Nutrients That Can Save Your Vision

Eyesight is probably the most important of all the special senses that we have. Losing eyesight or becoming blind can be traumatic for anyone affected by it. It can not only impair day to day activities but also take away our freedom. Not being able to see the sunrise, the graduation of your son from college, your grandchildren’s first smile are all valuable experiences that you miss out on. It is sad as well as scary. However, it is also a bitter reality with statistics showing over 12 million people in the U.S alone being affected by it. The leading cause of blindness is age-related macular degeneration or AMD. 

Retire to Rhode Island and Experience All That the First State has to Offer

If you are an empty nester, looking for a place to settle down now that your responsibilities are over, and you no longer need to be based where your work is, you should consider Rhode Island as a place of retirement. Rhode Island is in the New England region and is an ideal place for 55+ active adults looking for adult living communities. You will find 20% of the country’s landmarks and 400 miles of coastline here. All types of watersports, such as boating, sailing, fishing, etc. are yours and there to be enjoyed if you purchase a home in an Active Adult Community in Rhode Island.