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4 Budget-Friendly Self-Care Strategies for Caregiver Health and Well-Being

By: June Duncan Photo by Unsplash Being a caregiver is one of the most rewarding — and demanding — responsibilities out there. Caregiver burnout is one of the highest, most common kinds of burnout there is. Finding a balance between being a caregiver and self-care can almost feel impossible. But that doesn’t have... Read More

5 Things You Should Do for Excellent Health in Your Senior Years

By: June Duncan Living well is a challenge at many stages in life, and your senior years are no different. And while things are no doubt changing as you get older, there are steps you can take toward optimal health. Here are five things you should do for excellent health... Read More

The Best Tips for Homeowners Moving to Assisted Living

Moving is always a stressful event, but for seniors heading into assisted living, at the top of their stressors is often a particular dilemma: What should be done with the home they’re leaving behind? Rent, sell, or give it away? Read on as we hit the highlights of each option. Enjoy Ongoing... Read More

Recovering from Grief: Tips for Overcoming Insomnia

Bereavement is a complex emotional condition, creating symptoms that can manifest themselves unexpectedly and in disruptive ways. Grief can make it difficult to concentrate, causing you to feel lost or as though you were in a fog. Grieving itself is a natural healing process, but it can lead to serious... Read More
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Does Your Loved One Need Live-In Help?

Caring for an aging loved one can be challenging in many ways. As you balance the needs of a senior whose health is declining, your own work and home life can become difficult to maintain. With juggling your obligations, there may come a time when you consider hiring assistance for... Read More