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Kathy Lawrence

The best ways to spend time after retirement

Collaborative Post Are you finding friends and family have more time for themselves as they wind down into retirement, but aren’t sure how to make the best use of that time? Here are a few thoughts on making plans for great ways to enjoy retirement. Discover new horizons Many new retirees are taking the opportunity […]

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Natural Remedies for Muscle Pain Relief

Collaborative Post Muscle pain in our loved elderly is something we all hate to see them suffer through – it stops them from being able to do so much that they would love to do. And most of the time, this impact extends to their family members and caretakers. So for anyone, whether they’re a […]

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Supplementary Cancer Treatments to Explore

Collaborative Post Cancer treatment has come a long way. Through treatments like surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy, many cancers can be successfully removed. While these are still your best options for beating the ‘big C’, there are options out there that can be great supplementary forms of treatment. Below are some of the  treatments currently […]

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How to Get Your Health Check in Before Long-Term Travel

Collaborative Post During your retirement years, it can be pretty exciting to have the chance to do some long-term travelling, especially if this is something that you’ve always dreamt about. For example, travelling around Spain and seeing the beaches and all the way to the mountains can be exhilarating, especially if you’re just going to […]

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Father’s Day gifts for the older dad

It’s that time again in the UK, when we scratch our heads and wonder what on earth we can give dad for Father’s Day that would both show our appreciation and actually be appreciated. Dads can be difficult for presents, especially older dads who may already have all they think they want. If that’s your […]

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Embracing Better Sleep: A Personal Journey with Bed and Mattress Choices

Promotional Post As we journey through life, our sleep needs evolve, influenced by factors such as age, lifestyle, and health. What once may have been a simple task of drifting off to dreamland can become more elusive as we grow older. It’s a journey I’ve embarked upon myself, seeking to understand how age impacts our […]

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Helping to challenge loneliness

As the UK Campaign to End Loneliness closes under its current title and reopens in a new home at the Centre for Loneliness Studies at Sheffield Hallam University, it’s a good time to reflect on its findings to date. The Campaign was established in 2011 and has unearthed useful facts and strategies. While we often […]

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The Importance of Using a Storage Bag for Your Pop Up Gazebo

Collaborative Post Pop up gazebos like TFH Gazebos are a popular choice for outdoor events, garden parties, or as temporary shelters at trade shows due to their ease of setup and versatility. However, to maintain their condition and extend their lifespan, proper storage is important. One effective way to ensure your gazebo remains in top […]

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How dangerous is it to remove asbestos?

Collaborative Post Starting on a construction project often feels like things are going to be pretty simple. Whether you’re painting the ceiling or replacing your garage roof, you rarely start these kinds of projects with an appreciation for how risky certain parts of that process might be. One risk factor that you’ll need to take […]

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Managing grief without employer support

At some stage in our lives we are likely to have to deal with grief, and as our parents age that time moves closer. Yet while employers are charged with implementing policies for a whole raft of situations, some do not seem to know how to support those who are grieving – or even concede […]

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