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Tips for Seniors in Self-Isolation (or Quarantine)

  COVID-19 has hit this country like a firestorm with almost continuous news coverage of the pandemic berating us. From the beginning, we were warned that the most susceptible people to the virus are the elderly and those who are

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Resources for Seniors in Isolation in Denver

  Our world has been taken over with news and constant updates about the outbreak of COVID-19, both in the United States and the world. The two most affected populations are the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. Staying

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Your 2020 Guide to Avoiding Scams and Fake News for the Senior Crowd

  One thing you have to look out for as a senior is the scam or con artist. As we get older, our mind begins to play tricks on us and there are plenty of crooks who are willing to

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Tips to Strengthen Your Immune System for Seniors

  As we get older, we naturally start to worry more about our health and wellness. Part of this is the fact that our immune systems aren’t what they used to be, and they may have started to decline. But

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Why the SECURE Act is Good for Your Retirement

It seems like every year there is a new bill moving through Congress that promises to change the way people deal with retirement. This year, however, one bill is really living up to that hype. The SECURE Act (Setting Every

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Top Home Maintenance Tips for Seniors

As you retire and move into your golden years, your home is incredibly important as it is probably going to be the biggest purchase you have made. So, it makes sense for you to take care of this investment. But

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Top New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors in 2020

  Many Seniors may think that the idea of a New Year’s Resolution is not for them. After all, they may think, if I haven’t made the change in sixty or seventy years, why should I start now? But in

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Why Partnering with a Senior Real Estate Specialist Might Be for You

  As you get older, your needs change when it comes to housing. That large family home with multiple bedrooms and bathrooms is now not necessary once the kids have moved out. But whether you are looking to downsize or

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Posted in Baby Boomers, Downsizing, Home Sale, Senior Citizen, Senior Housing, Senior Move

Stretching for Seniors

It’s a fact of life that, as we age, our bodies can no longer do the things that we used to do on a regular basis. But it is also a fact that you can hold back the cruel hands

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Avoiding the Post-Holiday Blues for Seniors

One of the truisms you hear is how depressing the holidays can be. However, you may not realize how depressing they can be once they have ended. For many seniors, the fun and excitement of reconnecting during the holidays can

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