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Blaze Your Own Path at Any Age

  by Lisa A. Beach Jane Kahler Paints Her Way Through Retirement Compared to many artists, Dallas painter Jane Kahler burst onto the art scene a bit later in life. For the past 11 years, the 83-year-old has been an

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New Dreams, New Beginnings, New Career

Continuing Education at Richland Prepares This Baby Boomer for New Possibilities by Alicia Wanek Many empty nesters are looking to try something different as they enter another season of life. With a new country, a new language, and with her

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Senior Life and the Sandwich Generation

Hey Sandwich Generation! Hungry for Advice on Your Aging Parents? Help is Here! At the core of the sandwich, between delicious pieces of “children toast” and “parent bagel,” imagine slices of school tuitions and senior care, condiments spread thin of

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Multi-Generational Memories Made To Order

  Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials Enjoying the Same Place by Alicia Wanek “Creating memories that last a lifetime.” What better way to make family memories than while on a trip to a new destination? For TravelStore’s Master Travel

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Life Insurance While You’re Still Living

  Helping to Cover Your Long-Term Care by Alicia Wanek If you’ve ever looked into the cost of assisted-living or a long-term care facility, you know that Halloween pales in comparison.  According to attorney Colin Smith, “Long term care facilities

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Double Duty

The Talk No One Wants to Have as the Parent or the Kid  Many of us in the Sandwich Generation – those of us sandwiched between raising our kids and navigating life with our aging parents, are now taking on

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The Sandwich Generation

Take One Bite at a Time by Deb Silverthorn At the core of the sandwich, between delicious pieces of “children toast” and “parent bagel,” imagine slices of school tuitions and senior care, condiments spread thin of extracurricular activities and medical

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Giving the Keys, Taking the Keys

  “Sandwich Generation” Parents Face the Worry at Both Ends by Alicia Wanek Driving is independence. The freedom to jump in the car and go where you want, when you want, is a privilege that is integral to the lifestyles we

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Book Review: Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

“Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?” is the beautifully written story of one woman’s journey in navigating the world of caring for elderly parents while coming to terms with a less than perfect parent/child relationship. by Melissa Chaiken | Section

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