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Discussing ideas to make the transition through retirement a good one for our parents now and ourselves later

Buying a Home When You’re Retired

Collaborative Post You may think of buying a home as something that younger people do when they are first starting out in family life. Of course, this is true for many, but this doesn’t mean that you can only buy a home when you are just starting out. In fact, buying a home can be […]

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7 Easy DIY Gifts for Your Parents

Collaborative Post We always strive to find the best gift so that the recipient would be happy. But what if the recipient is not just a colleague or a distant relative, but some of the most important people in your life – your parents? This is where you have to go above and beyond your […]

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Helpful and effective pieces of home selling advice

Collaborative Post Are you thinking about selling your home in 2021? If so, you need to be prepared. There is a lot to consider. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some useful tips that can help you sell your property in the coming year. How many people click on your Rightmove property […]

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The best mobile phone for seniors: 6 top tips

Collaborative Post More than 95% of UK households own at least one mobile phone, and a significant proportion of people have access to a smartphone. Although smartphone usage among the older population is increasing, they’re still the demographic that’s least likely to own or use a smartphone in the UK. However, the features and functionality […]

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Father’s Day Gift Ideas

To celebrate Father’s Day or not to celebrate Father’s Day? In many households the long-established tradition of Mothering Sunday has become an accepted date in the calendar. We use Mother’s Day to thank our mums for their love and care. But Father’s Day doesn’t have the same tradition, and it’s a bit of a worry […]

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5 Great Benefits of Learning a Second Language at an Older Age

Learning is a natural part of life, no matter how old we are. According to recent statistics, 17% of UK’s 55-64-year-olds and 5% of 65+-year-olds have taken up online courses and learning during 2020. With the global pandemic still looming in our collective consciousness, learning a second language has become a worthwhile goal for many. […]

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2 Ways You Can Spoil Your Elderly Parents While Working Abroad

Collaborative Post Many people have jobs that require a lot of travel. This is a fun way to see the world and everything it has to offer, but sometimes it can get tricky, especially when you’re not home for a loved one’s birthday. Technology has advanced in such a manner that you can talk to […]

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What to Consider When Setting Up a Hideaway Haven

Collaborative Post As you get older you may want to have a little place in the sun – a slice of heaven cut out from the earth, and made into your own image. This is why so many elderly couples believe that some kind of holiday home is the best option for them in this […]

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