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RLTV, the only cable network and online destination for Generation 50+, inspires viewers this weekend to 'Rediscover' their passions with the premiere of A Taste of History: World Travels on Sunday, October 4 (10:00PM ET). This hour-long special is the highlight of a 'Rediscovery Weekend' filled with inspirational episodes of RLTV Lifestyle Originals, including Stanley on the Go.

16 Reasons Why The Kids of the 1980s Should All Be Dead

While the title of this article refers to Kids of the 1980's we can all relate to these scenarios. Even if you grew up 50's, 60's or the 70's

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How to Quit Without a Plan B and Find Happiness

If you’ve been working for more than a few decades, odds are that at least once you’ve been so unhappy you were ready to quit without a new job lined up. In 2012, in her early 40s, Tess Vigeland did just that. Here’s the thing: At the time, Vigeland was the peppy, sassy, supersmart host …

Employers Learn to Be Alzheimer’s Friendly

When I read the New York Times exposé about Amazon’s sometimes brutal working conditions, one anecdote stuck out. An early member of Amazon’s Kindle team, Molly Jay, who’d received high performance ratings for years, found her status changed when she began traveling to care for her father suffering from cancer and cut back working on …

Over 55 and Overqualified: Advice for Older Job Hunters

I recently received this email from a woman named Patricia, age 64 (she asked that I not use her last name): “Who Am I? I ask myself that question every day. I’ve been labeled “long-term unemployed,” “99er” [a 99er is someone whose federal unemployment benefits ran out — after 99 weeks], “couch potato”, etc. I’ve been …

Housing Discrimination: The Next Hurdle for LGBT Couples

LGBT couples can now marry in all 50 states, thanks to the recent Supreme Court ruling, but they can still face housing discrimination — legally — when they try to buy or rent homes in much of the country. The federal Fair Housing Act doesn’t include sexual orientation or gender identity as protected classes. Only 22 states …

How Friends Can Make or Break Your Wellness

You know that friend who’s kind of a bad influence? The one who’s great at convincing you to have one more glass of wine or to split the appetizer platter when you know you should opt for the steamed edamame instead? That friend could be having a bigger impact on your health than you think. …


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