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Vacation Planning for Seniors

Spring has sprung and senior travel is booming! A little extra planning is required for a successful trip. We’ve come up with some helpful suggestions to make sure all your needs are met. What to bring. Luggage can be a burden and heavy to carry around. Lighten the load by packing less clothes and doing [&hellip

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Happy Earth Day.

Almost 45 years ago today in 1970 millions of people took to the streets in demonstrations and marches calling attention to the pollution issues in America. Earth Day was originally created to bring awareness to environmental concerns such as air and water pollution. It was founded by Senator Gaylord Nelson in 1970. I could overflow [&hellip

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Fried Electronics

Spring time brings the beautiful powerful lightening storms. They’re calming to watch but your electronics can take a beating if they aren’t properly protected. It’s important to use a surge protector but not all surge protectors and power strips are created equal. Power strips vs surge protectors. A power strip is an extension of your [&hellip

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Baseball is back!

The echo of baseballs greatest voice is forever ingrained in my memory. Play by play Jack Buck’s voice would rumble through the radio as my Papa and I sat on his 1960’s green bench on the front porch. Sitting quietly with nothing but our imagination visualizing Jack’s story he created for cardinal nation. Those memories [&hellip

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The Senior Gardener

Gardening is one of America’s favorite outdoor activities! More than 78 million people garden each year, according to the National Gardening Association. It’s enjoyable and provides numerous health benefits. The CDC reports that 2.5 hours each week of moderate-intensity level activity can reduce the risk of obesity, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, heart [&hellip

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