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Comfortable retirement
Charitable military veterans
Top ten house buying turn offs
Strategies to cut back on workload
Benefits of owning a dog when over 50
Downsizing in retirement
Senior rail card explained
Day trip ideas for you and the grandchildren this summer
Writing a will
Dealing with debt in retirement
Investment decisions for your senior years
Retirement, the Election and You
Do annuities still have their place in retirement planning?
Retirement planner launched
Brilliant days out for ladies and gentlemen
What investments to make in your retirement?
Formula one
Calculating expat life insurance
Managing your knee pain this winter
Continental lifestyle in your retirement
Contact lenses convenience
Internet security advice for silver surfers
Over 50's life insurance
Hallmark care homes award
What does it take to keep us happy as we age?
How to choose the right wheelchair
Why you should speak to a care fees adviser before going into care
Accessible baths
Explanation of the most common types of equity release
Seven considerations when buying a stairlift
Dental implants
Conservatory uses for the retired
Stannah stairlift and walk in bath options
The importance of funeral planning
Stair aid - Stair climbing handrail aid
How to compare the best annuity quotes
Evexia - The only specialist in accessible holidays in Chalkidiki of Greece
What's it really like staying in a private hospital?

 

Understanding and managing knee osteoarthritis
Classic cars: Invest in your passion
Stairlifts make life easier
How to make the most of peer to peer lending
Could a secured loan now be the answer to raising money
Hair replacement and wigs
Shopping online saves you money and time
Wheelchair accessible vehicles


Me and my knees at 58
Compulsory scooter insurance
Why yoga is the perfect form of exercise for the elderly
Online shopping discounts & vouchers
Trends for mother of the bride 2013
Growing old disgracefully
Private health insurance when you hit 50
Should you go for regular hearing tests?
Choosing a care home
Money saving tips for tackling limescale in the bathroom
The pros and cons of selling your house fast to a cash buyer
Ideas for greeting new neighbours
 
How can cares prepare themselves to cope with the symptoms of dementia
Very humourous cards for the young at heart
Step by step guide to arranging a funeral
Annuity rates squeezed by economic woes
5 ideal holidays in the UK for wildlife lovers
Over 50's common job hunting mistakes
Shower chairs for the elderly
Tips to sell your house quickly
How to manage probate without any hassle
New soy milk brand launch
Brain training games to test yourself
Easy ways to take the chores out of housework
Cultural Manchester
Dementia in care homes
Most popular treatments abroad for patients over 50
Making your home dementia friendly
How mature people should approach dating
Wild oregano oil benefits
D-mannose
Deer Antler Velvet
Care home fees
Getting the most out of your garden space
Dementia - Changing attitudes
Retirement and pensions in the UK
Finding the right mobility vehicle
Snoring cure
Online dating for seniors made simple
Reducing the strain on carers by improving independence
What causes back pain in the elderly?
Pros and cons of annuities
Home is where the heart is
Dementia patients may have found hope in music
5 Jungles you must visit and experience
Keeping your home insurance costs in check
Over 50 and run a busines?
Taking care of your loved ones
What health issues you can expect and prevention advice
Saving Money on Stairlifts
Specialist beds and chairs
Preparing for your holiday
What you can do in your garden this summer
New research on Saw palmetto
Debt Solutions for You
How to Preserve Your Eyesight
Life Cover - Paying the Price
ADVICE FROM A RETIRED HUSBAND
Lifts for the elderly
Why over 50’s should shop around for an annuity
Rising bills stretch pensioners� pockets
Don't gamble your pension away
When money's tight, money management counts
What are the symptoms of bowel cancer
Incontinence in Women over 50:What causes it?
FSA fine Direct Line and Churchill for tampering with complaints
Could you benefit from over 50s life insurance?
Facing your debts
Why life begins at fifty
CHECK YOUR NEIGHBOUR campaign
3.5 million people could use payday loans in 2012
Relaxing Holidays in Sydney, Cape Town, Venice and Alaska this Winter
The Increasing Popularity of Genealogy Search
Where there's a will, there's a way
PENSIONERS TO LIVE OFF £25 PER WEEK THIS WINTER
Fighting Fit at 50
Planning for Your Retirement and Children's Future
Decline in household incomes to blame for low pension figures?
Homes are a worry as rents go through the roof
Types of life insurance
Small fall in car insurance premiums
The National Careline and adult social care
Age related hearing loss information
Over 55s doing the sums on pension shortfall
The Benefits of Conservatories for the Older Generation
Deputy PM issues global economy warning
Indexed linked bonds removed from market
Private companies trying to buy out of final salary pensions
UK scientists advise cutting salt intake
Over 55s - One in 10 Pensioners Have Outstanding Debts
Support to older people on very low incomes
Poland offers best value for a holiday destination
Travel insurance difficulties for over 50s
Dilnot Report on Funding of Care and Support
Holidays in the Greek Islands When You Retire
Hobby Spaces for Seniors
Banks not passing on low interest rates
Private Medical Insurance: the top ten myths
New Business After 50 - Mistakes Not to Make
5 supplements that can improve the health of your bones and joints
Increases to insurance policy excess fees
Raising vital awareness of another bad winter
Pensions could be devalued by up to 20%
10 Tips for Home Staging your property to sell or let
10 Tips to consider when Downsizing" for retirement
Property Presentation When Selling Your Home
Life insurance for the over 50's
Live in care for the elderly
Beauty tips -
CINDERELLA EN ROUTE TO BE A PRINCESS/A QUICK, CHEAP, 2-DAY FIX
Growing Debts for Over 55s
Starting a Bed and Breakfast business
Hiring a gardener
Rula Lenska on her hearing loss
Mobility car buying guide
Care costs soar for the elderly
Pet house sitting
How to write your own will
Property downsizing
Helping You Choose The Best Incontinence Products
Disabled people and isolation
Unique online Medical Alert ID service
Employment and older workers
Las vegas senior citizens
Cruises for the older generation
Online safety for silver surfers
AGE UK LAUNCHES ITS FIRST TV CAMPAIGN
Cheaper home insurance
OLDER VOTERS COULD DECIDE OUTCOME OF GENERAL ELECTION
Enjoy Your Retirement With These Simple Tips
Internet Made Easy For The Over 50s
Eggs are a 'superfood' packed with nutrients, new research finds
Article is about Alton Douglas
How to Choose the Right Credit Card?
Internet security for the over 50's
Landmark series for BBC Two
Why it pays to be an early bird when it comes to pensions
Best little cars on the market
10 things to do before you die
Boost rental viewings with Confused.com
Top Five Cruise Destinations
Eat your Way to a Healthy Wallet with Confused.com
Six Easy Steps to Applying for a Credit Card
Guide to Maternity Pay
Garden Tips - Compost Corner!
Confused.com's Top Ten Holiday Destinations for 2009
Extra Help For Pensioners
Four Ways to Cut Costs for Your Holiday
The Best Personal Finance Products
The Best Ways To Save
Which credit card is right for you?
Choosing a Personal Loan that suits you
How to consolidate debt
with a secured or unsecured loan
How to beat personal debt
A prudent alternative to dealership finance
Loans and Charging Orders 101
Mortgages & the cost of moving
Guidelines to reducing eye strain
Choosing A Live Band For Your Silver Wedding Anniversary Party

 


 

Health & wellbeing

New Breakthroughs In Memory Research How to Use Natural Remedies for Ulcers Caused by Helicobacter Pylori
MESOTHELIOMA & ASBESTOS
Angina Pain - types, diagnosis, treatment & prevention
Alzheimer Disease and Antioxidants
5 Simple Steps For Ridding Yourself Of Back Pain
What treatments are available for mesothelioma victims?
Relieving Your Ache Joints and Arthritis -- are there Options?


What you need to know about hrt

COULD A SLIM, HEALTHIER YOU BE JUST A TICK AWAY ? ? ?
Vision for Life Program Helps Thousands Naturally Improve Vision

7 Common Things That Rapidly Deteriorate Your Vision
How to Set Your Brain's 'Fat Thermostat' at a Healthy Level
Have You Lost Your Spark?

Rules to live life by....
Osteoporosis

Go Nuts and Fight Cancer
Prevent or Delay Alzheimer's Disease

What Prevents Alzheimer’s?

Powerful Arthritis Pain Relief For All Of Us

Enhancing Your Brain As You Age

How to Supercharge your Energy Levels
NEWS & TIPS FOR BETTER HEALTH, THE NATURAL WAY.
"Skin Beauty... Do Antiaging Creams Really Turn Back the Clock?"

"The Biggest Boost for Overall Health and Wellbeing ... Ever!"


VITAMINS AND MINERALS
BODY AND SOUL - KEEPING IT TOGETHER!
Foods to Fight Disease
Senior Health care and well-being for the over 50's


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Ageing

Making life easier after a death

 

Yoga for Seniors - Using Yoga to Reverse Aging
Antiaging: Is it really possible? Growing Old Gracefully
Life Expectancy Calculator
What makes us age?
Grandmothers don't feel their age
Boomers Can Be Ageless
Aging What Can We Do About It?
Your life-cycle
The world is fast ageing - have we noticed?
Scientists probe anti-ageing gene

 

Advice & top tips

Self help book for the over 50 plus generation
Easy water saving during water shortage
Tips For Raised Bed Gardening
CREATING A NEW LIFE..

Five Ways to Immediately Connect with a New Community
more

Identity Theft and Credit ReportsIf you have a computer with any personal details on it, I can do no better than refer you to the helpful article below... please read and consider VERY CAREFULLY the all information included. more
Home Careers: Ideal for Seniors and Older Workers
We've all heard the expression, 'over the hill'. Kind of funny, unless of course it's you who's reached mid-life and just got passed over for that job you'd been hoping for! more

INDEPENDENT LIVING - AIDED BY THE BRITISH RED CROSS
THE FOLLOWING ARE EXAMPLES OF HOW THE BRITISH RED CROSS CAN HELP YOU AT HOME:The British Red Cross are, more often than not, brought to our attention when there is an emergency situation abroad. more

10 Essential Health Tips - (The Basics to Practice Every Day)
Move More-Anything that moves your limbs is not only a fitness tool, it's a stress buster. Think 'move' in small increments of time. more

Myths You Should Know Before Choosing Elder Care
Myths associated with selecting quality nursing home care suggest quick and easy ways to identify quality care. In fact, relying on these myths can lead to disastrous results. more

Holiday tips & advice - Money saving,packing & more...
So, what reason do YOU have for not taking that well deserved break? Can't afford it?

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Nostalgia & Tips and things ….She used her old tights (legs only) for crocheting bath mats, and, whilst the crocheting bug was still with her, used up the rest of her old tights by treating the dog to a new cover for the inside of its basket. more


Mabel's 'Be-Able' - Tips and things

Well, here we are just a few weeks after the Christmas celebrations and already they seem in the distant past and all we are left with are happy memories (I hope), a few pounds heavier and lots and lots of sterling pounds lighter. more

 

Disability Discrimination Act inspections of many multi storey buildings.
The Importance of Correct WC Facilities For Disabled People
A few wheelchair etiquette tips
Guide Dogs & Their Owners

 

 

Education & work

 

Upgrading your computer for non-experts

Learning Computers for Seniors
It can often seem like kids nowadays pop into the world already able to use a PC. But there’s no reason why you can’t learn as well. It doesn’t have to be as hard as it can look — if you go about it the right way. more

Getting Back in the Work Force After 50

Whether you’ve been forced into early retirement, downsized, or
are tired of being at home and eager to work again, or even
taking your first job, entering the work force after the age of
50 can hold some challenges. Here are some tips from someone who coaches a lot of people in this transition. more...

 

Finance

Uk Will Register
Equitable life pension compensation
Market Timing - the ultimate 'buy low, sell high'
Adversity brings opportunity to investors
EXPATS URGED TO DOUBLE CHECK THEIR INVESTMENTS OR FACE IMPOVERISHED OLD AGE
Isa share Markets take a panning while investors look for glitter in gold
There's an old saying "Ignorance is bliss." Where money is concerned ignorance is a disaster.
Tax saving Isas - performance advice

Better performing investment funds
Take advantage of tax efficient savings with your annual ISA allowance
4 Keys To Freeing Yourself From Debt in retirement
Retirement Calculator: How Much Will It Cost You to Retire?
Critical Information You Need to Protect Your Retirement
LAND INVESTMENT FOR RETIREMENT
Are You Covered And Don't Realise It?
Pensions - Getting Better Performance For A Comfortable Retirement
Comparing Savings Accounts for retirement


Cash release plan


Economic Lifestyle is challenging other equity release providers to improve the terms and conditions of their products as it launches its Cash Release Plan, a fully portable and flexible reversion scheme available for customers aged 60 and over.
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15 Common Investing Pitfalls Here is a comprehensive list. Some of it may happen to the more experienced investors as well. This serves as a guide for Novice Investors more
Home equity loans: abusive lending and how to avoid it
Home Equity loans were initially designed to allow individuals who had not yet paid off the full amount of their home, the ability to borrow against what portion of the home they had paid for. more


Things you should know about Long-Term Care Insurance

If you are thinking about buying long-term care insurance, there are a number of things you need to understand. more

Sometimes the best deal isn't the right deal when it's time to refinance your home

Many people are looking to refinance their home as a means of pulling money from their rapidly rising real estate. The intent may be to reduce other debts, finance a vacation or maybe you're just looking at refinancing your home as a means of getting a better deal. more

Equity release mortgage plan

Prudential UK today launched its new industry-defining lifetime mortgage into a market in desperate need of true innovation. The new product is called the Prudential Property Value Release Plan and it’s different to competitors’ products. more

Top post office retirement savings offer for the over 50sOver 50’s across the UK are losing out on millions of pounds of interest each year by hoarding their savings in their current accounts, according to new research by Post Office® Savings. more

Mabels - Tips and things ….ISAs & security
Yes, A FINAL REMINDER that there are only few days left
of this financial year, which ends on 5 April, to invest up to £3000 in a tax-free cash mini Isa.
The best offer at the moment appears to be from Bristol & West. more

FINANCES ….WOULD YOU LIKE SOMETHING FOR NOTHING?Do you still go shopping with cash in your bag and at the same time worry about whether you are going to be mugged, have your purse stolen, etc? more...


Worried about debts
Having trouble paying your bills? Getting dunning notices from creditors? Are your accounts being turned over to debt collectors? Are you worried about losing your home or your car? more...

 


Retirement

FUNDING GUIDE TO LIVE IN NURSING AND LIVE-IN CARE
Suddenly Single and Retirement - What do I do now?!
As you probably know, an individual retirement account requires that you decide where your money is going to be invested in order to work with the retirement account. more >>>

Your Next Move: Are You Ready for a Retirement Community?The kids are gone, your career is winding down, and you can think of better things to do with your time than maintaining a house that's too big for you. Maybe it's time to think about a retirement community. more >>>

Why Planning Your "Re-Fired" Retirement Is Vitally ImportantJust about all of us plan to retire one day. You may visualize yourself with plenty of free time on your hands, no commute, and finally with an opportunity to travel with the person you love. more >>>

Parents living with their childrenResearch from retirement housing and finance specialist Economic Lifestyle shows that more than 858,000 adults aged between 35 and 64 now have one or both of their parents living in their home. more

Grandparents - How you can benefit in retirement
Grandparents can be a friend to their grandchildren if they need some support with issues they don't want to talk to their parents about. Often retired grandparents are more astute when listening to their grandchildren, or even great-grandchildren, because they are not caught up in the bustle of working/washing/cooking etc on a daily basis.
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Preparing to move or retire abroadMoving abroad is a big step. Apart from any considerations concerning family and friends, there are issues about pensions, tax and health care costs that you will need to be aware of. more


SOCIAL SECURITY: WILL IT BE ENOUGH FOR RETIREMENT?
Social Security retirement benefits are based on three major factors: you current age, your age when you begin receiving benefits, and your past earnings.
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How Do I Prepare for Retirement?
When the day finally arrives, will you be ready? What do you need to do? How do you need to prepare? Well, if you are over 10 years from retirement, then just sock away tons of money in your 401k for now. This article is focusing on people a little closer to retirement. more

RETIREMENT - IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO ENJOY LIFE!How many of us start to regret the things we haven't done in our lives as we get older & near retirement? When we're young - years pass slowly and there seems to be all the time in the world to do all the things we'd like to do. more
Enthusiasm for life...How old are you in retirement?

How old do you feel? Ah, now that's a very different question. I have known people who were old at twenty and other people in their eighties who are still very young at heart and it is that enthusiasm for life that can make all the difference.
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More Retirees Seek The Good Life Outside the U.S.
With the first wave of 78 million American baby boomers reaching retirement, many will be lured abroad by a lower cost of living and higher quality of life. Some will want to return to their ancestral countries or to places where they once vacationed, worked or studied. Others will be enticed by retiree perks and tax incentives. more

What is your creative retirement plan? One thing is certain - when you do not have a creative challenge during your retirement years, the idleness and its accompanying despondency blots out any chance for happiness and contentment and can even encourage an early death.
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Click here for Wising up after sixty

Independence can often mean the difference between a fulfilling old age and feeling like there is nothing to live for. If you are retired or have elderly parents, the 60-Wise guide from Rukba, a charity dedicated to helping older people remain independent, may well interest you. more

 

Hobbies,interests,pastimes

Hobby Buildings for Your Twilight
1911 CENSUS GOES ONLINE
Rare and original movie memorabilia beats traditional markets
NEW SURVEY REVEALS OVER 50s ARE ANYTHING BUT OVER THE HILL
Temptation
Sea life - Board of Trade Acquaintances
Joining & Leaving
Wives & Sweethearts
Let's Go the Nice Way Round
MY CORNWALL - Acceptance
The Foot Woman
Cornish Antiques
Journeys Taken on Mother's Knee by Kit Chapman
Brick Walls & Vimto by Kit Chapman
 

 

A 1950's childhood A well known television company is making a series for ITV West about people's 1950'S memories of the West Country as children. more



Wartime Love

Testimony Films, a well known television company is making a series for UK TV History about the loves and losses people faced in the 2nd World War. If you have a dramatic story to tell, we’d love to hear from you.
more >>>
Nostalgia: What Are We Really Looking For?
Have you ever noticed what an amazing editing job we do when we think about the past? more

HOBBIES & PASTIMES..Find Time For Your Passion. Did you ever wonder how some people manage to find time for 'hobbies' and 'pastimes' when you are only JUST fitting in everything you HAVE to do in the space of each 24 hours? more

Model Hobbies
Model hobbies are things that children or adults can do which can be educational and have a lasting impact. more

Organic Gardening: Going Back to the BasicsNowadays, one of the gradually emerging lucrative activity for hobbyist, and environmentalist for that matter, is organic gardening. more


Childhood memories - Christmas Tree Topper Ornaments
From my childhood memories, pride of place on the top of Christmas tree always went to a fairy dressed in white. more


Reading in a Tree by Michele R. Acosta

Today is like many of the summer days I spent at my grandparents' house more


1950's Home Decor Redesign To get you started, here is a partial list of reproduced products inspired from the 1950's. more

A Nostalgic Flashback Of The 1950s Rock n Roll The summer of 1955 with Bill Haley's song "Rock Around the Clock" changed the music we listened to forever. I was hooked. Then came Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, and the rest is history. more

5 Most Popular Flowers for Your Garden
When planting a garden there are many questions which you must ask yourself before you begin. Where are you going to plant it, do you have the garden equipment to do so and how big do you want your garden to be? more

5 Pieces of Equipment Gardeners Can’t Live WithoutGardening is fun and rewarding and may be considered a hobby, talent or both and sometimes it’s just luck. Gardening is not as easy as it looks and involves dedication, time and consistency and many trials and errors. more
HOBBIES/INTERESTS/PASTIMES . . .
HOBBIES is a word that has such a pleasurable and contented ring about it - hobbies, something that you enjoy doing and adds to the quality of your life. Perhaps like me, you envisaged retirement as a time to at last indulge yourself with all the hobbies and interests which had to be pushed into the background during the hectic years of working and looking after the family, only to discover that retirement is just as hectic and that it is still a job to fit in hobbies. more


A whiff of Nostalgia…
I was immediately whisked back to my childhood and to the wonderful sight of fields of yellow cowslips and of that never-to-be-forgotten smell of the untouched perfume of wild cowslips mixed with the clean country air.
more

Retirement In the New AgeAre You Prepared For A Life of Leisure?Consider These Numbers…"At the end of WWII, there were 42 workers paying into Social
Security for each person receiving benefits. Today, barely three
people contribute for each recipient. Projections are that by
2030, when most baby boomers will have retired, just two working people will contribute for each person receiving benefits. more...

Looking Back...
Why is it that many of us have so much trouble finding joy in
our lives? Often, we tend to live in the future, or conversely,
the past, but not in the present. more...

 

Security & home safety

Fire Kills Campaign offers free home fire risk checks for older people

Confused.com tips on what to do in the event of a fire

Home safety services and tips - Elderly no longer safe in their homes

Crime Prevention

Holiday Scams and Thieves Exposed
The holidays bring joy and a sense of well-being for most people. With the numerous parties, activities, family get-togethers, and holiday shopping, you may find that you are very busy and may not pay attention to potential scams and rip-offs. Here are some tips that will keep you and your money safe during the holidays:
more

Identity Theft and Credit ReportsIf you have a computer with any personal details on it, I can do no better than refer you to the helpful article below... please read and consider VERY CAREFULLY the all information included. more
HOME SECURITY - Your home is your castle.Unfortunately, far too many householders have to experience the loss and distress of being burgled. more...

SAFETY IN THE HOME Every year some 2.8 million people in the UK find themselves visiting the A & E department because of an accident at home. About the same number visit their own GP for treatment. Though you probably wouldn't realise it from the media, more accidental deaths occur in the home than on the road - about 3000 a year. more...

 



ORGANISATIONS TO ADD ANOTHER DIMENSION TO YOUR RETIREMENT

Travel insurance, tips, advice & resources

Best isa offer

MORE TIPS AND THINGS . . . . . . Christmas is over and as is usual at this time of the year we are left with an expanded waistline and a diminished bank balance. (Wouldn't it be great if, just for once, the situation was reversed and we could greet the New Year with a diminished waistline and an expanded bank balance?). more >>>
OH, DOCTOR I'M IN TROUBLE! (OH, GOODNESS, GRACIOUS ME!) - HOW DO I ACTUALLY GET TO SEE YOU ??
I have just seen the headline in my daily newspaper "Millions can't get to see their GP". This appears to be the damaging side effect of the government's aim that patients should be able to see their doctor within 48 hours, and if Practices keep within this government target they qualify for a cash reward. more
TOP TIPS FOR THE ELDERLY TO START YOU OFF IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

1. Don't begrudge spending money on your own comfort, health and quality of life. You deserve it!
AND FOR THE OVER-60'S -

The government's annual fuel allowance of £200 is meant to be used for our warmth and comfort, and to ease the worry of the increased heating bill.
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COULD A SLIM, HEALTHIER YOU BE JUST A TICK AWAY ? ? ?
"DO NOT TRY TO SLIM". JUST PUT TICKS IN THE APPROPRIATE COLUMNS AND IF THE FIRST COLUMNS ARE FULL OF TICKS AND THE COLUMNS ON THE RIGHT ARE PRETTY WELL DEVOID OF TICKS,THEN YOU WILL HAVE LOST WEIGHT WITHOUT EFFORT AND WITH THE ADDED BONUS THAT YOU WILL BE EATING HEATHILY, AND YOUR ENERGY AND SKIN TONE WILL ALSO PERK UP.

more

Holiday tips & advice - Money saving,packing & more...
So, what reason do YOU have for not taking that well deserved break? Can't afford it?
more
Nostalgia & Tips and things ….She used her old tights (legs only) for crocheting bath mats, and, whilst the crocheting bug was still with her, used up the rest of her old tights by treating the dog to a new cover for the inside of its basket. more


Mabel's 'Be-Able' - Tips and things

Well, here we are just a few weeks after the Christmas celebrations and already they seem in the distant past and all we are left with are happy memories (I hope), a few pounds heavier and lots and lots of sterling pounds lighter. more

HOBBIES/INTERESTS/PASTIMES . . .
HOBBIES is a word that has such a pleasurable and contented ring about it - hobbies, something that you enjoy doing and adds to the quality of your life. Perhaps like me, you envisaged retirement as a time to at last indulge yourself with all the hobbies and interests which had to be pushed into the background during the hectic years of working and looking after the family, only to discover that retirement is just as hectic and that it is still a job to fit in hobbies. more

A whiff of Nostalgia…
I was immediately whisked back to my childhood and to the wonderful sight of fields of yellow cowslips and of that never-to-be-forgotten smell of the untouched perfume of wild cowslips mixed with the clean country air.
more
VITAMINS AND MINERALSAs promised, here is an over-view of the main essential vitamins and minerals, BUT, rather than take them in isolation it is better to take a good multi-vitamin and mineral tablet aimed specifically at the over 50s. more...
BODY AND SOUL - KEEPING IT TOGETHER! It is said that the first thing a man does when he wakes in the morning is to look out of the window to see how the weather has changed overnight, and the first thing a women does on waking is to look in the mirror to see what the night has done to her face. more...

Mabels - Tips and things ….ISAs & security

Yes, A FINAL REMINDER that there are only few days left
of this financial year, which ends on 5 April, to invest up to £3000 in a tax-free cash mini Isa.
The best offer at the moment appears to be from Bristol & West. more

FINANCES ….WOULD YOU LIKE SOMETHING FOR NOTHING?Do you still go shopping with cash in your bag and at the same time worry about whether you are going to be mugged, have your purse stolen, etc? more...

 


 

 

 

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