Senior Living

Mollie Witow

Community college’s oldest student turns 100

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By Lisa Woolfson Mollie Witow has led a life filled with traveling and solar eclipses. She’s assisted German atomic scientists, worked as a librarian and...
Smiling elderly couple holds seafoam green sign with the words "Living the Dream" on it.

How to Retire to Israel

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Regardless of motivation, the key to a successful retirement in Israel is careful advance planning, as well as an open attitude toward the challenges of entering a new stage of life in a new country.

Does Meaning in Life Lead to Healthy Aging?

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Myerberg members share how health, purpose, and happiness correlate People who have found meaning in life are relatively happier and healthier — most often those...

Tips for the Best Financial You

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At the same time that Americans are feeling the financial pinch of the holidays, they’re gearing up for 2020, with their top two goals...

Surfing the Silver Tsunami, Helping Other Seniors in Transition

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Charna Kinneberg has worked in many capacities in her careers, including as an RN in charge of a Texas border town community hospital, and...

Embrace the Process in Pursuit of Heart Health

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My Aunt Viv, of blessed memory, attended a conversational Hebrew class for most of her entire adult life. Once a week the students gathered...

Working Longer

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Why are baby boomers retiring later than other generations? Will millennials be able to retire in their 60s? Will Social Security be around in...

Realities of Retirement

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Fact; More and more, members of the baby-boomer generation — those born between 1946 and 1964 — are retiring. From now until Jan. 1,...

Commandment No. 11

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It’s universally understood that the first amendment to the Ten Commandments — perhaps not as grave as the other 10, but respected by Jewish...

Staying Active

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Mountain climbing may have been an unlikely third act for Baltimore resident Gail Lipsitz, but it turned out to be a passion that was...