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Adding Attic Insulation
Learn how to make your home more energy efficient by adding insulation to your attic. Rons tips will help you choose the right materials to get the job done.

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What It’s Like Living on Social Security

Barbara Woodruff shares her story, and it may surprise you
No doubt you’ve heard politicians and pundits debating the state of Social Security, and throwing out all kinds of numbers. But the bottom line for retirees has always been simple: Will I get enough to live on? Barbara Woodruff, of St. Louis, can answer yes to that question — but just barely. “It’s very difficult living on Social Security,” says the 65-year old, who retired when she turned 62.

74-Year-Old Gold Medal Coach Deserves More Respect

Why are we talking about the hairstyle of this 'great-grandmother?'
I’m a mother of two with wavy blonde hair. These facts are important to me, my loved ones and the hairdresser to whom I give an embarrassing percentage of my paycheck every six weeks. But I sure hope that those interesting tidbits are left on the cutting room floor if I ever make national news for doing something extraordinary — such as, say, coaching an Olympic Gold Medal winner.

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5 Tips to Help Women Work Longer

Women are working longer before retiring, or working part-time in retirement, and that’s a good thing. Let’s start with the big picture and why I find this trend to be a silver lining for boomer women — both financially and spiritually. Then I’ll offer some advice on ways women can successfully stay on the job…

The Truth About Social Security’s Solvency and You

Social Security’s recently released 2016 Annual Report of the Board of Trustees on the system’s financial condition is 272 pages long and a doorstop. The report is dense, full of detailed tables and conservative projections — a policy wonk’s dream. The dry recitation of numbers in its opening sentences are a powerful reminder, however, of…

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…

Seeing America Through New Eyes

In 2011, at 50, I took early retirement from my job as an air traffic controller, left Texas and began traveling the world. Since then, with the exception of a few short visits back to see family, I’ve been hopping from bases as diverse as the Chiapas Highlands of Central Mexico to my current home on the banks of the Mekong River in Southeast Asia...

Why Aging at Home Is Getting Easier for Some Families

Like many family caregivers, Jean Seikel Peterson is making sacrifices to keep her mother at home. Three years ago, Peterson quit her job as a teacher to become a full-time caregiver. Her mother, Elinor Seikel, 98, is blind from macular degeneration and has a host of other medical problems. She needs assistance with everything from bathing…

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