3 Ways to Tech Up Your Life

Technology offers a wealth of tools to enhance your lifestyle, but it can be overwhelming and intimidating, especially for those that didn’t grow up with cell phones. But do not fear, you can easily step up your tech game by customizing your smartphone to give you more of what you need. Are you an iPhone […]

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Boomers Making a Difference

Did you know that August is Boomers Making A Difference Month? From social activism in the ‘60s and ‘70s to volunteering and giving back today, baby boomers continue to make lasting contributions to changing the world. It only makes sense that there should be a month dedicated to celebrating the generation’s impact. Baby boomers’ natural […]

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4 Shockingly Easy Ways to Be a Tech Savvy Grandparent

A study released in Feb. 2012 by Microsoft and AARP, titled Connecting Generations, found that teens are actually communicating more with their parents and grandparents, and vice-versa, due to the use of social media tools and other online tools that enable cross-generational interactions and richly rewarding connections. Are you staying connected? Whether you’re just a […]

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Are You The Next Big Boompreneur?

Some of us look forward to retirement and no longer working a typical nine-to-five. We dream of the leisurely life, traveling, adventures, but if you’ve spent most of your life being a workaholic and can’t seem to shake off the yearning to put yourself to work, there’s no need to stop yourself. Retirement isn’t the […]

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6 Efficient Ways to Downsize and Destress

While downsizing your life for retirement can be exciting, it can also be stressful. Ultimately, you you’re working towards creating a simpler life for yourself, but if you’re preparing to sell a home or move out of a large family apartment you’ve lived in for what seems like a lifetime already, it can be overwhelming. […]

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Forecast for a Healthy Summer

It seemed like it would never come, but summer is here! When you rang in the New Year and made your list of resolutions, was exercising and getting in a healthier routine one of them? How have you done so far? If you’ve managed to make it through the winter months committed to your resolution, […]

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Feminist Trailblazer

Fifty years ago, a few dozen women gathered in a basement in Washington, D.C., to make history: they convened the first meeting of the National Organization for Women. In a photo of that day in 1966, Muriel Fox ’48 is a few seats away from Betty Friedan, NOW’s president, befitting her role as Friedan’s chief […]

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