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Stuck at Home Guide: Filling in Recipes

During this virus pandemic, the last thing anyone needs to worry about is filling in and receiving prescriptions, especially if you rely on them to treat serious or chronic conditions. Experts recommend sticking to recipes that you use regularly for several weeks. Drop off in case you need to stay at home, due to illness or shelter restrictions, or if …

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Senior Planet Book Club: The Dutch House

The votes are in! We are pleased to announce that our next Online Book Club offering… .. The Dutch House by Ann Patchett Read Part 1 (Chapters 1-) for the first week of Online Book Club. 7) before Tuesday, May 19. Then come back to seniorplanet.org/articles/online-book-club/ and we will open a conversation in the comments so everyone can discuss what …

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Covid-19 Update: Hope on the Horizon?

Listening to the nightly news and the update of COVID-19 cases and deaths can put you in a less than happy hour mood. While the pandemic situation remains critical and protective measures remain critical, there are also a few glimpses of hope, both in terms of treatment and vaccine. Faster Cures, a center of the Milken Institute, follows the progress …

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Open thread: what is the first thing you will do?

States open (or intend) at different rates and in different ways, although some governors are concerned about the impact of all that pent-up demand. As a native of New York City, I have vivid dreams of being in restaurants with my family and friends, going to museums, and going to the gym. What about you? What is the first thing …

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Resources for managing finances at home in the COVID-19 era

It is now a matter of public security to stay at home, and many financial institutions are closing branches or restricting access to their physical locations to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Fortunately, the internet can open up new options for saving money and managing your finances without leaving the house. The key is to find services that are reliable, …

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Stuck at Home Guide: Easy Online Games

Online games are a huge help to keep you entertained during a quarantine, but they can do more than just distract you. As we age, playing certain games can help us cognitively … and research may even improve our mood and sense of well-being. To keep it simple, we looked for games that you can play online for free without …

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Senior Planet Book Club: vote for our next book here!

Thanks to everyone who took part in our discussion, both in the comment section of SeniorPlanet.org and during our first meeting about Zoom about our first book club book, "Tepper Doesn't Go Out" by Calvin Trillin. Now it's time to select our next lecture! If you find yourself having a lot more time on your hands these days, you're in …

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Is a Reverse Mortgage Right for You?

Note: The pandemic has concerned many people, especially seniors, with finances; permanent employee Penelope S. Tzougros, PhD, ChFC, CLU, discusses an option that gets a lot of attention. You hum along and everything is fine. Subsequently, real estate taxes rose again. Telephone and cable bills have also risen, but after a few long conversations with the companies, you've cut those …

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Open wire: what have you learned?

Every morning I put on my new sneakers and take my morning walk. Every time I do that, it reminds me of my newly acquired motto: Do it Now . It & # 39; now & # 39; is not about exercise (although that is true). It's about the decision to stop waiting for a sale or until I feel …

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