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How to Handle Ageism in the Workplace

ageism in the workplace

By Debbie Reslock   Discriminating against someone based on age can have demoralizing consequences, but it can also be life-changing when it occurs at work. By either affecting your ability to fund a retirement or take away a job that gave you meaning and engagement, ageism can cause a devastating – and unexpected change in […]

Solo Travel After 60… You Can Do It!

Solo Travel: Vacation Ideas for Single Women Over 60

By Lorie Kleiner Eckert   Vacation ideas for single women over sixty abound. If you have a compatible vacation partner, great. But if not, every travel opportunity can still be yours. The key is this mindset: You are NOT traveling alone because you are some sort of social pariah, you are traveling alone because you […]

Summer Reading List: 6 Popular Books to Make You…Popular!

Books to Make You popular

By Lorie Kleiner Eckert   Yes! I really am going to give you a list of books to consider for your summer reading, but first, I need to tell a story…Recently I went on vacation to a national park in Virginia. I was wearing my new sunhat from Costco. When I walked into the visitor […]

Divorce By The Decade

divorce by decade

By Lili Vasileff   Divorce by the decade seems like an odd way to call the shots to identify the risks for a marriage. For years, it seemed like the longer you were married or the longer you waited to get married, the better. Most people believe that the relationship between age at marriage and […]

How to Live with Extended Family. . . Happily

Live with Extended Family

By Danielle Braff   You’re moving in with your sister. Or maybe your family is going to move in with your parents for a bit. It’s going to be a full house, and that can be a super scary proposition. It’s a common one, however.   In 2014, extended families represented 17 percent of all […]

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