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Talking Alarm Clocks

  When vision is a challenge you might like to find out that there are talking electronics you can buy for yourself or a loved one. One of these is the talking alarm clocks which can provide you with preset … Continue reading

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Get a Job! – Even if You Are Over 60

Yes, you can continue to earn money after retirement. There is no reason to stop earning money just because of your age. You just need to think about it a little differently. Quite frankly, few of us want to work … Continue reading

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Open a New Business After 60? Why not?

Jim “Doc” Hellams is opening a new office in Pendleton SC this month! Jim is my brother-in-law and he and my sister are working diligently to get the new “cash only” family medical office open as soon as possible. So … Continue reading

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Love is Ageless

As senior citizens, we simply must remember to approach every event with enthusiasm and to participate in life with joy! I love my older cousins – but even more than loving them, I admire their enthusiasm and willingness to be a part of all our crazy activities. Continue reading

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Growing Old is Optional – Especially with Grandchildren

I learned a new lesson from our granddaughter today – we went to the grocery store. She carefully wrote out our grocery list and off we went. But we somehow arrived at the store without our list. Jessica said, “Don’t worry, JoanJoan, I remember them all!” And she did! We quickly bought groceries with the help of her young memory. Yippee! From now on, she is going to the store with me so I don’t forget anything, even when I forget the list! Continue reading

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Seniors and Baby Boomers – Should you still be driving?

Probably the hardest day for Whitey after he was diagnosed as legally blind, was the day the doctor told him he could no longer drive the car. The doctor called our home, asked me if we could both get on the telephone and we did. And he very clearly told Whitey he absolutely could no longer drive a car. Continue reading

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Wisdom for Senior Citizens

A Few Words of Wisdom for Senior Citizens The emotional part of aging is sometimes more difficult than the physical.  The older we get, the more time we seem to spend visiting the nursing home or rehab centers or worse … Continue reading

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