Tips for Summer Travel with Your Pet

  • 29 May, 2017

(Family Features) The warm summer months call for some fun traveling with loved ones, however, trips can be less fun if four-legged family members aren’t able to come along. Pet … Continue Reading →


Small nest egg, big dreams? Tips for buying your retirement home

  • 30 March, 2017

(BPT) – Planning for retirement means making a lot of decisions, including when you’ll stop working, how much you’ll withdraw from your savings each year, and where you’ll live. Many … Continue Reading →


Prepare Outdoor Spaces for Warm Weather Use

  • 30 March, 2017

(Family Features) Before you can fully enjoy your outdoor living spaces this spring, chances are high you’ll need to wash away a layer of winter grime. Thoroughly cleaning and sprucing … Continue Reading →


3 steps to reach 100 feeling youthful and healthy

  • 30 March, 2017

(BPT) – What will your life be like when you turn 100? A century ago the question seemed almost flippant, a needless consideration for most people, but today it’s very … Continue Reading →


Signs that Loved Ones Need Homecare and Tips for Approaching Them

  • 9 February, 2017

By: Susie Murray with Visiting Angels With the holidays ending, we’ve all had a chance to spend time with loved ones and catch up with family. Now, as we return … Continue Reading →


Moving Forward in Reverse

  • 9 February, 2017

We ARE a Graying Nation – whether we like it or not. Our society is definitely living longer. 10,000 Baby Boomers are turning 62 every single day. In 2011, the … Continue Reading →


Wesley Mountain Village

  • 9 February, 2017

Woodmen Life

  • 7 December, 2016

The Top 5 Things to Consider When Selecting a Skilled Nursing Home

  • 6 December, 2016

 Choosing the right solution for your aging family member presents many challenges you may not have faced before.  According to the CDC, there are 15,600 nursing homes in the U.S. … Continue Reading →


Understanding Hospice Care Before You Need It

  • 6 December, 2016

After months or years of battling illness with a family member, facing the ultimate transition to hospice might seem like a lonely, hopeless situation. But end-of-life care, focused on easing … Continue Reading →