Monthly Archives: November 2020

Retirement Planning Mistakes Seniors Should Avoid

When you hit your 60s it’s time to consider your upcoming years of retirement. Fidelity Investments says you should have 10 times your final salary saved up by the time you turn 67. Unfortunately, we’re living in a time of financial stress when 84% of Americans believe that their ability to achieve long-term financial security has been affected. This is why it’s such a good time to look at what you have, decide what you’ll need for retirement, and determine what it’ll take to get Read More +

How To Safely Listen To Music

Loud music can result in tinnitus (buzzing and ringing in your ears) and permanent hearing loss before you know it. This is a risk you need to learn about so you can take action to protect your ears whether you’re at a club or festival listening to music or enjoying it on your headphones somewhere. How Loud Music Leads to Hearing Loss Deep inside of our ear rests the cochlea (the organ that’s responsible for hearing). Inside of it, there are thousands of hair cells Read More +

How To Help Seniors Who Won’t Go To The Doctor

It’s common for older adults to ignore their loved ones’ pleas for them to go to the doctor. No matter what you do or how hard you try it seems like nothing can convince them that they need to find out what’s going on in their mind or body. There are a few tips you may not have thought about before that could help you here. Consider Changing Your Approach Try not to be demanding or pushy. Instead, share your concern with them. Assure your Read More +