by Peggy Sham
Sometimes I think change is a dirty word. Changes can be vague, and we barely notice them – until we get a reminder, like the aches and pains when we stand up after sitting too long in one spot; that's the change that comes with aging. Then there
by Deanna King
My gears have switched- no longer seeking employment- Now I will work from home- WRITING
Changing careers was a choice I made out of survival, not on purpose. Not once in my life did I ever think “switching gears” would be a phrase written or spoken about me and
15 Ways to Keep Intimacy In Your Marriage
by Ellen Blake
I've been married 30 years as of last November. My husband and I were wildly in love and spent every possible minute together while dating and for the first two years of marriage. We were young, relaxed and happy. Our careers
by Ellen Blake
Is satisfying and enjoyable sex at age 50 plus impossible?
No - absolutely not. In fact, studies conducted over the last two decades show older adults have sex well in their golden years. If physically healthy and active, including sexually, people don't tend lose their passion. The desire for
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by Stuart Rosenfield
You’re well over 50 years old, and the company where you thought you’d retire just told you services were no longer needed. It’s a scary situation – but I’ve been there – 3 times.
You quickly apply for jobs, have some interviews (if you are lucky), but get passed
Author: Abbey B. Garber
Partner, Thompson & Knight
When 50Plus-Today asked me to write about my second act, I wasn’t sure where to start. I recently joined the Dallas office of the law firm of Thompson & Knight, after spending over 31 years with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel.
Believe it or
Author: Leslie Farin
William Morris, the British artist and author, once said, “Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or do not believe to be beautiful”. Good advice, but easier said than done for most of us. For Cheryl and David Goldstein from Plano, Texas,