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So your fancy shoes left scuffs on your floor? Ron shows you how to remove those unsightly marks with a tennis ball and a broomstick.

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PREPARE FOR SURGERY WITH EXERCISE AND DIET

'Prehabilitation' is slowly being recognized as valuable for success after a procedure
A dozen years ago, at the age of 50, Lillie Shockney decided to have breast reconstruction surgery after two bouts of cancer and two mastectomies. The procedure called for removing a flap of skin and fat from her abdomen, used to rebuild her breasts.

HOW TO FIND A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE OR MAKE YOURS ONE

Homespun advice from the author of 'This Is Where You Belong'
I’m a sucker for lists, articles and books about “Best Places to Live” and given how popular they are, I suspect you are, too. Now, journalist Melody Warnick (who’s moved six times in her adult life) has written a terrific book that could help you find yours — or help you make your current community a better place to live.

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The Secret to a Long Marriage

When I mention I recently celebrated my 40th wedding anniversary, friends stare incredulously as if to say, “How is that possible?” I joke that I was a child bride in an arranged marriage, sold with a dowry to the highest bidder. The truth is I did vow “I do” at 23. My husband, Steve, and…

Pssst! A Little-Known Way Job Seekers Can Hear About Hidden Jobs

If you’re considering a job switch, chances are you’ve already updated your resumé, polished your LinkedIn profile and signed up for job alerts. But if you want to tap into the hidden job market — the 80 percent of job openings that are never advertised — I’ve got another to-do for you: Join a talent…

Back in the Rat Race at 67

Ten years after leaving a full-time job, I’m back at it, working as a reporter for a newspaper. Two weeks in, I was exhilarated; 12 weeks in, and I am exhausted. That’s mostly my fault. Though my time-management skills have improved since my start date, I have yet to diminish the Frazzle Factor…

Do You Want to Live to 100? Here’s What We Heard

A recent Time article found that most people (77 percent) want to live to 100. How about you? Sorry Al Roker and Smuckers, but the odds of actually living that long are against us — in the 2010 Census, only about 53,000 centenarians were living in the United States. Even if the population of centenarians…

A Sneak Peek Into the Future of Work and Retirement

Most retirement and employment analysts believe that, for many Americans, 21st century retirement includes — and will include — some work. My Next Avenue colleague Kerry Hannon calls work “a pillar of retirement.” But is that a good thing for older Americans? And have employers and the U.S. government morphed appropriately to accommodate this reality?…

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