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Self Measuring Bucket
Need a consistent method of measuring liquid for big outdoor jobs? Ron shows you how to create a self measuring bucket that will take the away guesswork for your next project.

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7 COMMON DRUGS LINKED TO HIGHER RISK OF DEMENTIA

These widely used medications can be toxic for older adults' brains
Want to keep your brain — or the brain of someone you love — as healthy as possible? Of course you do. So you’ve been learning about what to do: what kind of physical exercise to try, what kind of brain games to play, what kinds of foods to eat, what kinds of supplements to take, what kind of sleep to get.

RETIREMENT LIFE: WOMEN AND MEN DO IT VERY DIFFERENTLY

But a new survey finds one thing makes them both happiest
Imagine you’re about to retire. Clean slate, free days. What will you do with yourself? The answer depends, in large part, on whether you’re a woman or a man.

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What You Need to Know About Strength Training

The key to a longer life may be as simple as lifting weights, according to a new analysis of older adults which showed twice-weekly strength training resulted in lower odds of dying. In fact, the odds of death for any reason was 46 percent lower in those who trained with resistance compared to those who did not.…

How the ‘Divorce Mortgage’ Could Help Older Homeowners

Coming soon to a bank near you: the divorce mortgage? If so, this could be a welcome development for older homeowners who want to stay in their houses or condos after a marital breakup but don’t have the cash to do so. According to a recent article in the British newspaper, The Telegraph, some lenders…

10 Ways to Make Life Easier for a Sick Friend

Your friend is nursing a broken limb, recovering from surgery or going through cancer treatments. You want to help, but aren’t sure what to do. Here are 10 suggestions from someone who has both helped and been helped. Thank goodness for friends! 1. Sit with your friend. And don’t just sit there. Be willing to…

5 Biases That May Be Costing You a Fortune

Most of us have preconceived biases based on our life experience. But if you let your biases affect your finances, it could wind up costing you bigtime. Here are five financial biases you might not even know you have and how to prevent them from being harmful to your wealth: Status Quo Bias It’s the…

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 …

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