Making Valentine's Day gifts yourself is a wonderful way to show someone special that you care and create something unique and meaningful. Fortunately, you don't need to be an expert crafter to make personalized gifts that anyone would be glad to receive. Below, you can find straightforward and romantic Valentine crafts for any skill level, including ideas for making homemade Valentines with kids.
Healthcare can be one of the biggest expenses you face as you enter retirement. Even with years of saving and anticipation, many older adults aren’t financially prepared for how costly medical expenses can be. The average retired couple’s outlay on healthcare alone is just shy of $300,000 throughout the course of their retirement. While Medicare can relieve some of your own out-of-pocket expenses, it can't cover all expenses. Here’s a look at how to fit healthcare into your retirement budget, what Medicare does and doesn’t cover and other tips for planning and saving.
Managing your money after retirement can be as important as planning for retirement savings in the first place. It’s a good idea to have a few best practices or at least some ideas of things you might need to better manage your money. After all, you worked hard for what you have, so you want to ensure it’s serving you well now that you’re going to use it. Check out these six tips for managing money when living in an assisted living community.
Practicing minimalism means simplifying your life and freeing up space mentally and physically. And here are four ways you can practice minimalism
Getting back to nature doesn’t always need to involve a weeklong getaway camping in the mountains. Check out five tips for enjoying nature as a senior below.
One thing about faith is that it’s a never-ending journey. Whether you start walking that path at 9 or 99, it’s a walk that you can always devote more time to. That's where we come in. Being able to have enough free time to devote to exploring your faith is just one reason to choose a faith-based assisted community like Broadmoor Court. Our goal is to assist you in your living, providing the freedom you need to explore other passions in life.
Seniors who enjoy chatting on the phone with friends or calling for takeout might not think about getting healthcare delivered in this way as well. Yet, telemedicine is an ideal option for those that want to avoid lengthy office visits while getting guidance from a medical professional. Consider some tips on telemedicine to better understand how to take advantage of this healthcare option.
Facebook provides a convenient way for Broadmoor Court residents to keep in touch with loved ones. Many visitors check the site regularly, so loved ones will likely see your messages quickly. In fact, approximately 70% of social media users say they visit Facebook at least once a day. Learn more about how you can connect with friends and family via Facebook Messenger, whether you have questions about GIFs or want to make a quick video call.
The journey of learning and growing in your faith and philosophy is a life-long one. You can always learn more and have new spiritual experiences. And even if you’re already saved and already have a solid personal philosophy, learning new things still helps you grow and can be fun. If you’re interested in diving deeper into theology and philosophy, here are four resources to help on your path.
Valentine's Day has come and gone in 2021, and seniors and people of all ages may have sacrificed romantic plans or put them off to a more opportune time. That's understandable since the seasonal love bugs of 2021 are the least of your worries given the COVID-19 pandemic.