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Accidents happen, as we all know. But before they happen to you, take pains to protect your bones so that if you do take a fall, you might just bruise instead of break. As we grow older, many of us will develop weak bones. In fact, half of all women will develop osteoporosis or brittle bones that make them prone to fractures. Lifestyle changes in exercise and diet can lower the risk of osteoporosis and help you make your bones break-proof.     Strength and Balance If you lower your chances of falling, you lower the risk of breaking something. Strong muscles and good balance are e... more ...
You can't stop winter from coming but don't let the chill in the air cool down your romance. The winter months open up a whole world to share and offer fresh experiences that will help you get to know your partner. With the right combination of frosty outdoor adventure and a warm fire, you may find things heat up while the cold winds blow. Grab your mittens and head outside.     Adventure Awaits If you love winter sports, you may have been waiting for months to don your skis or skates. Now you can lace up those ice skates and head to the local pond or rink. If you don'... more ...
You have done everything you can to stay healthy and boost the power of your immune system. You had a flu shot. You wash your hands often throughout the day, and maybe carry a small bottle of hand sanitizer for extra protection from germs. You take your Vitamin C and drink many glasses of water daily. But do you eat with your immune system in mind? It's easy to choose foods that will fortify your defense against the flurry of germs around you. Try building a menu around some of these immunity boosting foods to keep your immune system strong.   Listen To Your Mother It turns out tha... more ...
It takes discipline to live for the here and now. The concept of living in the moment, or "mindfulness," is a central tenet of Buddhism and other spiritual traditions, but it can be difficult to master. The regrets of yesterday and the worries of tomorrow often consume us. Summoning the discipline to live in the present may be one of the greatest challenges we face, but the ability to live for today has many rewards. The tips below can help you learn to live in the moment.     Tame Technology In today's fast-paced world, you may feel that unless you are doing three ... more ...
Are you tired of being alone? Then finding someone special in your life could be the resolution for you for this New Year. There is absolutely no need to give up the thought of meeting someone special just because you are you're in your fifties or even sixties. Lots of potential partners and like-minded friends are out there who have some of the same main goals and still have enough spice and differences to make the process of getting to know each other all the more interesting. So how do you meet new people when it seems all your friends are married? The answer lies in online dating and 5... more ...
With the holiday season in full swing, it is a time to celebrate, create meaningful moments and get together with your loved ones. Consequently, the holiday season could also be one of the most stressful times of the year. It is probably the busiest time of the year when chaos can run rampant and overwhelm us. With the holiday season comes the additional responsibilities of gift buying, wrapping, parties, travel and so much more. The frenzy and the chaos of the season can leave us burdened both emotionally and financially. Taking care of all the commitments at this time of the year can be ta... more ...
The holidays are a hectic time filled decorating, cooking, gift buying and entertaining. It is the time of year when we fill our homes with traditional decorations, keep our ovens roaring with special recipes, and run hither and yon as we try to get everything done in time. Flickering candles and a fire in the fireplace add to the cozy family feeling and holiday glow. Unfortunately, sometimes we are so busy creating atmosphere and running errands that we forget to pay attention to basic safety. Sadly, this distraction can put our homes and our loved ones at risk. The following basic reminders... more ...

Testimonial
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Sorry that there are, as yet, no photographs of my new found partner and I. However I am pleased to give you a testimonial.   I signed up with 50plus-Club in late July or early August of 2012. My new partner signed up - from what we can infer - within 48 hours one way or another of the time I signed up. We were each the first contact we had and pursued a month-long correspondence through the 50plus-Club website. Here I must say that what first caught our attention was our individual literacy and intelligent means of written communication. We finally agreed that we should speak in person... more ...
Everyone cherishes the opportunity to give and receive during the holidays. Giving gifts at this special time offers a way to honor those we love. Thinking up a special gift to wow the spirit or warm the heart can be fun and when you've given just the right thing, it's like hitting the jackpot. However, since coming up with new ideas every year isn't easy, here is a guide that might help spark your imagination without emptying your wallet.     Go Green Give something that grows. Even those who aren't gardeners love to receive plants, trees or flowers as gifts. A s... more ...

Holiday Dating Tips
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Twinkling lights, clinking glasses and crackling logs on the fire automatically give the holidays a romantic feel. However, the season can also place extra pressure on dating couples. How do you balance your relationship with the stresses and significance of the season? Follow these holiday dating tips to help you negotiate the mistletoe this year.     Talk About It No matter how long you have been dating, communication is key to avoiding some of the worst holiday dating mistakes. You may want to set some ground rules to manage expectations. For example, you can agree on whether ... more ...