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Ron Hazelton's HouseCalls

Fixing Furniture Nics with Crayons
Fixing a nics in furniture is easy. Ron shows you a handy technique using a crayon and some elbow grease.

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HOW TO BE A WRITER AT ANY AGE

10 rules to live by from the author of 'The War of the Roses'
I always wanted to be a writer. Ever since I was conscious, I felt that inexplicable pull to tell a story, to create a scene, to leave a reader wanting to know what would happen next.

WHY WE MISSED THE SIGNS OF MY MOM’S LEWY BODY DEMENTIA

Robin Williams also suffered from the disease, often misdiagnosed as Alzheimer's
I never imagined my mother would have anything in common with actor and comedian Robin Williams. But when his widow revealed that he suffered from Lewy body dementia, she said, “Lewy body dementia killed Robin. It took his life.”

Articles and Blogs

Phone Frustration: Look at Me When I’m Talking to You

A lot of people are applauding actress Patti LuPone these days — and not just for her dramatic skills. Rather, it was how she recently handled the rude behavior of an audience member. It happened during a performance of Shows for Days at New York’s Lincoln Center. The patron, sitting close to the arena-style stage …

Retirement Savings Shortfall? Get a Part-Time Job

If you’re wondering how you’ll fund your retirement, which could stretch for 25 or 30 years, working part-time could be part of the solution. Aside from the added income, a job in retirement can bring satisfaction, a sense of purpose and a way to both learn and share your knowledge with the next generation. Working …

4 Ways to Get Your Encore Career Off the Ground

Many people over 50 hope to use their later years to make a difference in the world — as volunteers, nonprofit employees or social entrepreneurs. Yet all too often, the path to finding meaningful encore work proves more challenging than expected. I thought a lot about this while attending Encore 2016, a recent Encore.org gathering…

It’s Time to Invent Rituals for Retirement

Every day, as you may have heard, 10,000 people in the United States turn 65. The financial industry advertises to this retirement cohort with images of youthful-looking people sipping cocktails on a Polynesian beach. Other images feature an aging man on his new Harley, ready to conquer the highways of America. Being in the first…

The Benefits of Going Back to Your Childhood Home

After we buried Nana, my family drove to her old house — the one my mother and her brother grew up in. When we arrived, we found it dilapidated, and her old Queens, New York, neighborhood without a pulse. Three generations had gathered together, anxious to rekindle happy memories of family gatherings there. My fantasy…

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