The benefits of staying active

Read THIS story about someone who managed to find a great position to stay active after retiring from regular work. Many people are Retired but not yet Tired. An age is a pretty inaccurate measure to decide that someone should leave work and go sit at home. Some …

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University of the Third Age

The University of the Third Age, commonly referred to as U3A, is a fine example of keeping mentally active through the learning process. U3A in Ipswich offers numerous courses which are designed to keep you mentally agile and socially engaged with others. The Ipswich group invites you to …

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Upsizing in Retirement

Ashlea Ebeling writes an article in Forbes about older people buying larger homes instead of downsizing. Seems to be a new trend. Will we ever get back to the situation where the family buys a large home to accommodate the grandparents in their senior years?

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Varied career leads to active retirement

If you have had a varied career, you can lead an active retirement. Read up HERE how this applies to one very active lady. Take a moment to enroll free in our network for experienced talent and see how the opportunities may come your way in retirement.

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New sport suggestion for active retirement folks

Pickle ball is more popular in Sonoma than paddle tennis, especially for seniors, but there are several people who play either sport. It’s gaining popularity fast both in the country and in the county; last year, Oakmont Village, an active adult retirement community in Santa Rosa converted one of its …

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