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NCOA Website Offers a Treasure Trove of COVID-19 Help for Older Adults

Editor’s Note: This may not apply to you, but you know people to whom this would be beneficial. Pass on the article or the National Council on Aging link to elders you know. (NewsUSA) – The COVID-19 pandemic is generating fear, confusion, and economic… Continue Reading “NCOA Website Offers a Treasure Trove of COVID-19 Help for Older Adults”

Rats!

Throw all your anxiety onto him, because he cares about you. 1 Peter 5:7 (The Daily Life Bible) What makes you anxious? Try to concentrate on the thing that’s eating you up over which you have some degree of control. Forget the world condition;… Continue Reading “Rats!”

Making Lists: Life, one thing at a time

Orchid

I have SO many things I want/need to do, if I’m not organized, at the end of the day all there is to show for my busyness is dither, squiggles and chaos… or nothing. Back in the day I was – really, this is… Continue Reading “Making Lists: Life, one thing at a time”

Is a debt-free life possible?

Be budget savvy

(NewsUSA) – Leslie Balfaqih couldn’t believe how much money she and her husband wasted every month. “Our financial life was a mess,” Leslie says from her home in Florida. “To say we were disorganized is putting it mildly.” Like so many Americans, they didn’t… Continue Reading “Is a debt-free life possible?”

A guide to hanging holiday lights

Hanging Christmas Lights

(NewsUSA) – Let there be lights! Christmas lights, that is. And if the timing of when some homeowners started hanging them this year is any measure – as early as mid-October – we’re really, really anxious for some holiday cheer. Most of you will… Continue Reading “A guide to hanging holiday lights”

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