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The Starbucks Run Exclusively By Seniors

Posted by Michelle Cemental on November 20, 2018

One of the many challenges seniors from around the world face is supporting themselves well enough to remain financially stable. Without a significant amount of help from social security, retirement funds, or assistance from loved ones, many seniors have a difficult time making ends meet. As a result, there has been a growing surge of initiative from businesses in recent years to provide suitable employment for seniors. For example, one Starbucks in Mexico City took a step up recently by offering employment exclusively to citizens age 55 and up. Learn more!

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Finding Your Former Sweetheart This Valentine's Day

Posted by Ruby Cemental on February 19, 2018

According to research, seniors have a very high success rate when it comes to reconnecting with an old fame and finding love. The relationships tend to work the second time around because you've had the time to mature and reflect on what you want in life and in a partner. Work, children, and other factors aren't as relevant to the relationship now as they were years ago. Communication skills and happiness levels also improve with age, which could contribute to the success.

You may have heard the saying "true love has a habit of coming back." A long-lost love is never truly gone, at least that's not the case today. Thanks to the Internet, reuniting with a long-lost love is a breeze. There is no better time to find your former sweetheart than the most romantic time of the year. Here are some tips for finding your true valentine:

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Benefits of Multi-Generational Housing

Posted by Ruby Cemental on October 24, 2017

Although dreams of independence fill young ones' minds as they're growing up, things often end up being quite different when they become adults. In fact, multi-generational households, those that contain adults from two or more generations, are steadily increasing. Consider some of the ways in which multi-generational homes benefit seniors and their families.

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Downsizing Tips for Seniors

Posted by Justin Havre on October 17, 2017

Downsizing is one of the most difficult tasks for seniors moving into a smaller home. Letting go of old possessions, deciding how much to get rid of, and finding places to send all of your old things can be time consuming. Having a plan in advance and sticking to a schedule can help.

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Best Cities For Seniors To Age in Place

Posted by Ruby Cemental on October 10, 2017

Every city has its perks, but there are some cities that are simply great locations for seniors to age in place. Here are a few examples, along with what makes them desirable for seniors.

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Senior Home Ownership: Why It's On the Rise

Posted by Ruby Cemental on October 10, 2017

As the senior population continues to increase, correlation in numbers to keep their homes is also rising. Baby boomers have worked hard to improve the economy over the years and show no signs of slowing down as they're reaching senior years. Keeping their hard work values and independent lifestyle alive is of high importance.

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Assisted Living Versus Independent Living: Are They Safe for Your Senior?

Posted by Ruby Cemental on January 24, 2017

With today's seniors remaining more active and involved in their communities, it can be difficult to convince them to choose options for long-term care that may limit their independence. Unfortunately, there comes a time when seniors simply need an extra level of care. Before jumping in and choosing between assisted living and independent living options, it's important to make sure they're safe for your senior.

Options such as assisted living and independent living communities are transitional care options that allow your loved one to more gradually make the transition to full-time care.

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