We all know we should be saving for retirement – but how much do you need to save? How do you predict your future income needs? This is especially hard for women since on average we earn and save less than men. Yet we also live longer. Retirement income planning for women is critical. [Read more…] about Retirement income planning for women 101
Welcome another Techie Turtle post. It’s where we share tips for non-techies. Things that help you get more out of your technology, embrace your inner midlife geek, and maybe even learn something to teach your kids. You can check out the first Techie Turtle installment here, where we talk about iPhone display features. Today the Turtle has iPhone camera tips for us. [Read more…] about Techie Turtle’s iPhone camera tips
Loneliness affects over 40% of people at midlife. It can impair your mental and physical health now and in the future. A prior post covered causes and health risks of loneliness, as well as how to spot it in your own life. Now we’ll turn to ways you can combat midlife loneliness. [Read more…] about 3 X 4 tips to combat midlife loneliness
Loneliness is increasing in developed countries throughout the world. It affects as many as 25% of people in the US. The UK and Japan, among other countries, are devoting resources to address loneliness in their populations. More specifically at home, loneliness affects over 40% of Americans at midlife. And midlife loneliness often leads to health problems. [Read more…] about Midlife loneliness: what, why and how
Ever feel like the dizzying pace of technology is passing you by? I’ll admit it: there are days when I’d like to go back to the rotary phone, handwritten address book and being unavailable – especially to people who want something from me. But most days I love learning about technology. I especially like to collect tips for non-techies. At midlife, we probably aren’t running in front of the pack. But a slower pace might help us enjoy the journey even more. [Read more…] about Introducing Techie Turtle: tips for non-techies
You’ve probably experienced envy enough times by now to learn it has no upside. But it’s hard to break the cycle of envy. Wanting what someone else has can lead you to feel bad about yourself, even to act in ways you later regret.
Envy’s a human condition. It’s one of the so-called seven deadly sins, after all. As human beings, we’ll always confront feelings of envy at some level. But still, it’s possible to break the cycle of envy in your own life. [Read more…] about Break the cycle of envy at midlife