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



When you're making paper collages, wrinkles are good in more ways than one
I’m a wandering art teacher. As a teaching artist, I bring my art supplies in large plastic storage bins to odd places — nursing homes, adult day care centers, assisted living facilities and independent senior residences. The classes often meet in communal dining rooms; sometimes I have to clear away salt and pepper shakers and vases of plastic flowers before I can spread out my plastic cloths and set up for class.


Here's how recent studies upend conventional wisdom
Retirement didn’t sit with Lee Humphrey when she tried it about a decade ago, at 62. About a year after leaving her St. Paul, Minn. job at the Department of Employment and Economic Development, she unretired and began creating indexes for books after taking an online course on this. .

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10 ‘Healthy’ Foods That Can Sabotage Weight Loss

The older you get, the trickier it is to shed weight, even when you’re cleaning up eating habits and focusing on healthier food choices. Why won’t the scale budge? We asked dietitians from three of the country’s most highly respected weight loss centers to share 10 seemingly “healthy” foods that frequently sabotage dieting efforts for…

Should You Let Your Boss Know You’re a Caregiver?

If you’re holding down a job and caring for a loved one, too, you know how hard it is to juggle your work responsibilities with caregiving. As the CEO of the nation’s leading nonprofit family caregiver organization, Caregiver Action Network, I get asked all the time: “Should I let my employer know that I have…

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Muscles and Aging

We often rely on age to tell us about ourselves. We consider ourselves physically stronger and more vibrant earlier in life. Medical professionals use age to determine risk for certain diseases, often attributing older age to higher risk. But new research is showing that a person’s biological age is not the key to determining their…

She Says: It’s Time to Disrupt Substitute Teaching

Substitute teaching. Admit it, when you see those words, your mind goes to spitballs, pranks and all sorts of disruption. Well, social entrepreneur Jill Vialet has a very different type of disruption in mind for substitutes: She wants to disrupt the whole idea of substitute teaching. She calls it “a big problem hiding in plain…

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…


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