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Interview 100 people currently engaged in dating and I suspect the majority would say, “This sucks.”
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Every summer my postmenopausal body and I play a little game I like to call Find the Swimsuit:
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More than one-third of workers say they won’t retire until after age 65, about three times the number saying so in the early 1990s.
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Sorry, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry, but your name on a perfume bottle is not enough to entice a choosy sniffer like me.
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Last year's rising stocks and recovering real estate market appear to have increased workers' retirement confidence as well.
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The economy is tough. The job market - especially for those of us over 50 - is even tougher. But if you want to rejoin the workforce or land a new opportunity, the tips below can help you put your best foot forward.
Caregiving friends join to motivate exercise and up their hotness quotient.
As National Women's Health Week comes to a close, my thoughts turn to physical activity ... or lack thereof, which has been my problem. As a working caregiver (for both of my parents), I am typical: I focus on those two necessities of my life first and taking care of myself falls to the bottom of the list. It's a terrible conundrum - I can't let my work or caregiving slip, but there are only so many hours in the day. Plus, I've gotten out of the habit; it's hard to start up again once you stop.
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