Category Archives: General Interest

Living the Snowbird Lifestyle

This article is from Sarah Kelly, a retired nurse, RV fanatic, and Twitter pro. If you need a good reason to go south for the winter (or spring even!), look at Michigan’s average January temperature. At 12 degrees, the state is … Continue reading

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What Happens After Filing for Bankruptcy?

If you are stressed due to high levels of debt, it may be in your best interest to file for bankruptcy. A bankruptcy attorney can work with you to assess the options available that can help you deal with debt. … Continue reading

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DUI: Getting the Right Defense When You Need It And Know Your Rights

Even senior citizens do dumb things. You’d think we’d know better by now, but it is not rare for an older person to drink and drive. Here is some good information in case you get stopped for a DUI. If … Continue reading

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Seniors — Is Your Computer Running Windows XP?

More and more senior citizens are using computers for e-mail, games, and other other purposes. My mother is in her 90′s and is on the computer every day. But as we age, we lose the techno-lust that some younger people … Continue reading

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Nursing Care Standards: Call Light Waiting Time

The call light has become the universal icon symbolizing  the quality of care in hospitals and nursing facilities. All care plans regarding patient safety must have as part of the essential protocol “call bell within reach at all times.” Every … Continue reading

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Divorce On The Horizon? Six Tips For Finding The Right Attorney

If divorce is staring you in the face, consideration of how the process should be handled is of prime importance. No one wants a messy divorce settlement that results in unfair legal decisions, so it is imperative that you draw … Continue reading

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Five Things You Didn’t Know a Lawyer Could Help You With

This article is from Annette Hazard. She is a freelance writer who usually writes about business, home, and financial issues. She is a mother of one and currently resides in Illinois. When thinking of lawyers, most people think about criminal … Continue reading

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Make This Mother’s Day Extra Special for Your Senior Mom or Grandma

This article is from Elizabeth Wallace. Liz is a former geriatric nurse who blogs about issues affecting seniors’ health. She is married with two grown children. Every Mother’s Day is special, but if you have an elderly mother or grandmother, the day … Continue reading

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Seniors Struggle With Social Security Cost of Living Adjustments

For years now, the cost of living adjustment in various government benefits has not quite kept pace with the rate of inflation in the goods and services that seniors use. Obviously this creates problems for seniors on fixed incomes. This … Continue reading

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Senior Care: Ways to Talk to Elderly Parents About At-Home Care

This article is courtesy of Anita Ginsburg, a freelance writer from Denver who often writes about home, family, law and business. A mother of two, she enjoys traveling with her family when she isn’t writing. If you have an elderly … Continue reading

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