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The Impact Of An Image

By Susan Williams Everyday we are bombarded with images. In fact, it’s estimated that the average person sees between 4,000 to 10,000 digital ads a day alone. And within these digital ads, the use of an image is often used. And for good reason. Hubspot shared the following as it relates to...

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Career Advice To My Younger Self

By Susan Williams I just read what I thought was a brilliant article by career expert Liz Ryan in Forbes  entitled Five Signs You’re Successful – Whether You Know It or Not. In this post, Liz overrode all our traditional views of what career success is and replaced it...

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Where Will You Live In Retirement?

Where do you plan to live in retirement? This is a question that many people ask themselves as they approach their retirement. In this video three different retirement living alternatives are profiled. Co-housing, living in a retirement community and living abroad.

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The Delicate Issue Of Taking Away A Senior’s Smartphone

By Judith Graham It’s expected that families will encounter concerns as older adults become reliant on computers, cellphones and tablets: With cognitive impairment, these devices become difficult to use and, in some cases, problematic.

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Defending Assisted Living As A Long Term Care Option

By Dr. Stephen Golant Chances are at some point in your life you have been turned off by a discourteous hotel receptionist, an indifferent server at a restaurant, or a poorly trained salesperson at a clothing store. As a result, we might complain to our friends or on social...

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What’s New In The Scientific World Of Aging

You may (or may not) have heard about some of the scientific testing underway to reverse aging in mice. But the question is how close are we to actually seeing this research become a reality for humans? In the following video produced by NPR, they research some of the...

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