5 Steps to Hassle-Free Holidays

September 16, 2014

By Tammy Ruggles –Your college-age son loves your Thanksgiving turkey, but he’s brought four unexpected, hungry buddies with him, and you’re already over your food budget. What to do? –You love to see your cousin and her triplets, but she is light on the discipline and lets her three toddlers take over your house. They’ve […]

10 Great Websites for Seniors

August 27, 2014

By Tammy Ruggles Seventy-year-old Thomasina Alexandra just got a computer for her birthday, and doesn’t know where to start. With a few lessons from her grandchildren, she is ready to surf the web, but she isn’t exactly familiar with the websites that would be right for her. Her grandchildren are teenagers, so they aren’t familiar […]

5 Ways to Stop Sabotaging Yourself

August 3, 2014

By Tammy Ruggles Jake has just turned 50 and repairs computers for a meager living, but he has always wanted to find a better paying job. The desire is there, but it seems that he can never get his act together to make it happen. He sees no use for alarm clocks, often arrives late […]

Kids Grown and Gone? The Keys to Remaining Close to Adult Children

January 24, 2014

By Rachel Mork The holidays have passed, leaving you to ponder the memories that were made as you take down the lights and pack away the decorations. Hopefully you experienced special moments – a grandson’s first words, a sparkly engagement ring on your daughter’s finger, the sharing of old photographs heralding moments gone by. As […]

Keeping Lonliness At Bay

November 20, 2013

By Rachel Mork Are you recently divorced? Have the kids moved out? Have you recently lost your partner or moved to a new location? If you’ve found yourself surrounded by deafening silence, you may be dreading the upcoming holidays. After all, aren’t we supposed to celebrate Thanksgiving with an overflowing house full of cheery relatives? […]

New on the Market?

October 18, 2013

By Savannah Summers Dating Tips For Those Who Are a Bit Rusty If you have recently divorced or lost a partner, you may feel a little intimidated by the prospect of dating again. Don’t worry; the mature dating pool is larger than ever, and dating has never been easier. Today’s courtship rituals are more relaxed […]

Decoding the Younger Generation

October 4, 2013

By Amy Block-Muzekari If you are ever feeling like your vocabulary is outdated or you are perplexed by a text message received by your 20-something son or daughter, we’re here to help you navigate your way around the latest terminology, as well as through social networking on the internet. Texting Terminology When it comes to […]

Empty Nest or Open Road Ahead?

September 3, 2013

By Rachel Mork Just sent your last kid off to college? Did you walk into your son’s bedroom the next morning, realize it still smells like him, and burst into tears? Perhaps you sat across the table from your husband last night and asked the obvious question, “What next?” If the answer was a half-hearted […]

Senior Sex Activities

June 2, 2013

By Howard Dall In the Over 60 Age Group; 61% of men are sexually active, 37% of women are sexually active. 69% of men feel more sexually satisfied than they were in their 40’s 62% of women feel more sexually satisfied than they were in their 40’s 76% of men find sex as emotionally satisfying […]

Online Dating Safety

June 2, 2013

By Howard Dall There are a few rules to follow which will promote safety: Stay anonymous- Don’t reveal your name,phone number,address,e-mail address,place of work, in your profile or in any conversation or correspondence until you feel comfortable. Always arrange to meet in a public well lit place.( After you feel at ease). Ask for a […]