The power of music is amazing. One minute we can be right here in February 2019 then a song comes on. Memories come out of the archives; bringing us back to a space in time when that song or genre was an integral part of our life. We remember where we were, what we were doing and who we were with.
Many of us have childhood memories of watching or helping someone in our lives do tasks related to food. I remember helping with my Grandma’s garden and watching her “put up” vegetables. In her pantry, there were rows of canning jars filled with vegetables. I specifically remember she and I sitting in the family room watching “her shows”; both of
False! Many people want to put off collecting social security so they can receive the highest benefit. This does not keep one from enrolling in Medicare. At 65, Medicare is available to enroll in. If you or a spouse is still working, you may decide to continue to take advantage of an employer health plan but the option is still
Now that we are into a new year, it is quite possible that you may have made a change in some aspect of your health insurance. Maybe your employer changed insurance companies. Maybe you chose a different Medicare plan or pharmacy plan. Maybe you didn’t make any changes. However, it is not unusual for there to be administrative changes that
Being a grandparent is such a blessing. Often people comment about how different it is from when they were raising their own kids. Life tends to help (or force) us to develop more patience as we go through the challenges of life. We have experienced over and over the reality of “this too shall pass” so we may not worry
In Nebraska, it can be more challenging to get exercise in the winter. Walking is one form of exercise that many enjoy when the weather is nice. In a recent interview with Pam Thielen, Wellness Coach and owner of Get Fit Savvy, we learned that there are many alternatives to walking that can help us get or stay fit indoors.
For many people, the new year brings lots of ideas for things to accomplish, habits to quit or form, things to learn, places to go, money to save or spend, etc. We call these New Year’s resolutions. Come January, with the best of intentions, we list them out and get to work on them. Unfortunately, about mid-February, we may not
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