Aging and Retirement
Blacklisted! Older Workers Need Not Apply
When unemployed need not apply, older workers suffer most. AARP Bulletin
Are Cars Getting Too Smart?
Driven a new car lately? Let's go for a ride. And pay attention.
Caregivers Look Out For Each Other
New York women join forces to help handle health issues. New York Times
Remodel to Make Home Accessible
Boomers are more likely to improve than move. Universal design goes upscale.
New York Times
Senior Caregiving: It Takes An Army
Share the care of an elder loved one. Learn how to recruit the help you need.
Faith, Hope & Networking
Job-hunters find all kinds of help from an unexpected source. AARP Bulletin
Boot Camp for Soon to Be Retired
Quick fix help for pre-retirement dilemmas New York Times
Have Fun Saving Money
Trouble Saving Money? Eight Ways to Enjoy Penny-Pinching AARP Bulletin
Emerging Jobs for Baby Boomers
Ever heard of a health navigator? How about a pollution mitigation outreach worker? New York Times
Can't find a job? Start your own business -- here's how. AARP Bulletin
What's Next.com Guide to Career Change
Best strategies and tools for mid-life career transition at www.WhatsNext.com
Seven Deadly Sins for Older Job-Seekers
Some baby boomers are sabotaging their job hunts with seven common blunders. AARP Bulletin
Finding a Guide for Online Networking
Baby Boomers turn to Gen X & Y for tech-support in the job-hunt. New York Times
How to Live Well on $21,000 a Year including a house boat in France. AARP Bulletin
Experienced, Eager to Serve, Will Travel
Peace Corps and other international organizations are drawing an army of age 50-plus volunteers.
New York Times
Taking a Power Sabbatical
A detour from the fast track brings new energy and insights. New York Times
Testing the Waters with Internships
Mid-life adults take internships before plunging into new ventures.
New York Times
"They Won't Let Me Retire"
Hot Jobs in a Slow Market -- Where to Find Them
States Tap Pool of Older Volunteers
Older adults fill labor shortages and solve social problems.
Chronicle of Philanthropy
Experts predict massive job shortages by 2010. What you need to know to get hired. AARP Bulletin
Charting A Career's Turning Point
Portfolio careers: an answer for those who want neither full-time golf nor full-time work. New York Times
Finding Quality Elder Care in New York City New York magazine
Your Money or Your Life
Personal business managers turn pesky financial details into (ta-dah!) free time.
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Grass-roots groups help plan and manage life after work. Time magazine
Their Specialty? Anything Gray
As Americans age, "silver industry" start-ups are booming. New York Times
Drop and Give Me 50 Goals
Hire a coach to guide you through retirement. American Way
Moving A Lifetime
Helping a loved one pack up and leave a longtime home can be brutal. Relocation experts can help. Time
A Pair's Persistence Pays Off
It took 10 years and $40 million, but two women get the home they wanted. New York Times
Health and Fitness
Sitting is the New Smoking
Doctors warn too much sitting is a health hazard, even if you exercise. AARP Bulletin
Those Extra 10 lbs. May be Good for You
Doctors debate how healthy it is to be fat but fit. AARP Bulletin
9 Quick Ways to Get Fit
Speed up your work-out with expert advice. AARP Bulletin
Stand Up While You Read This
Your chair is killing you. No joke.
A man with a mission helps doctors save sick kids -- all around the world. Delta Sky
Older, Wiser, Fitter
Look who's crowding gyms in record numbers.
Boston Globe magazine
Train Your Brain
Mind-bending exercises help you stay mentally fit. Los Angeles Times
Late-blooming fitness fanatics reap benefits. Time
Leaving the Sprawl Behind
Fifty-somethings are parking the car and walking away from the burbs. AARP the Magazine
"I Made a Deal With God"
One woman's crusade to fight breast cancer. Family Circle
Age bias in medicine can kill you. AARP Bulletin
Stay Sharp Forever
Maintain your mental edge for life. Reader's Digest New Choices
Taking the Slow Road
Live the life of a Parisian apartment dweller or Tuscan farmhouse owner -- if only for awhile.Time magazine
The Cure for the Common Museum
Liberace, Pez, and Spam actually have something in common. Who knew? American Way magazine
Renting in Paris: Live Like the Locals
Pretend you're a Parisian in a luxurious flat.
Los Angeles Times
Wall Street of Flowers
Mix the New York Stock exchange with millions of flowers and what do you get? American Way
Let A Billion Flowers Bloom
At the largest flower auction in the world, two gardeners find a dazzling floral display. New York Times
Living like a Maharajah on a Budget
Affordable luxury in India's heritage hotels. Los Angeles Times
Rhinestone Cowboys Need Not Apply
City slickers sample life on remote Montana ranch. Los Angeles Times
Home and Garden
Long Distance Landscaping
What to plant when you can't be there.
Country Living Gardener
You CAN Fool Mother Nature
Insider secrets on forcing spring blooms.
Get Smart About Design
Thinking of building or remodeling your castle? Make it last a lifetime with these techniques. Time