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Actually, I Do Want My Parents’ Stuff

cleaning out house, parent's belongings, downsizing

While cleaning out her late parents' home, she found meaning in their possessions They come in all sizes and shapes. Functional things. Decorative things. Whimsical things. Beautiful things. Sentimental things. In the end, though, they are, just things — stuff that our parents leave behind for us to keep, sell or dispose

ADULT-ISH Shirts-Get Yours Today!

adult-ish

This shirt just seems to say it perfectly.   Tees are high quality Gildan 100% cotton and screen printed to last. Expect some shrinkage. Sizes small - XL available (sizes run true to size - if in doubt, we recommend going up a size) SIZE CHART S -  18" wide, 28" long M -  20" wide,

3 Things Stressing Older Workers More Than Younger Ones

older workers and stress

A Portland State study found big differences between the generations Older workers are plenty stressed these days, especially about having enough money saved for retirement. But, according to a recent study from Portland State University’s psychology department, there are three things in the workplace itself that stress older employees much more

Sex at 50+ – What’s Normal?

sex 50

by Leslie Farin Do you wonder if your sex life is as good as other couples? Many couples, particularly for those who have been together for a long time, are not satisfied with that aspect of their relationship.. Couples often accept life with limited or no sex believing that's just the way it

There’s Always Room for a Second Act

ABBEY GARBER

  Author: Abbey B. Garber Partner, Thompson & Knight When fyi50+ 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

Home is Where You Park It

The RV life

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,

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