When do we stop buying into this cultural obsession that continually shames us?
America is a melting pot, made up of millions of people from all over the world. Statistics have shown that once many of these immigrants near retirement age,they become nostalgic for their former homes and consider resettling. From the New York Times: Homeland Beckons Immigrants As Retirement Nears
You don’t exactly have to get rid of your Fitbit, but merely working out will not help you take off the extra poundage. It’s been the same forever…watch what you eat! From the Washington Post: Exercise Alone Won’t Make You Lose Weight
No surprise here, but getting a little exercise before you go to work…actually on the way to work, will keep you healthy AND happy. From Vox.com: Biking or Walking to Work Will Make You Happier and Healthier
Breaking a bone in our 50s is a lot more dangerous than it was in our 20s. If it does happen to you, there are tests that should be done to see whether there is an underlying problem. From HuffingtonPost.com: So You Broke A Bone, Now What?
“Evidence indicates that older adults generally have a positive outlook on life, despite their bumpy experiences.” From LA Daily News: Successful Aging: Older Adults More Resilient About Loss
We are suckers for anything that says 50…so why not check out these tips. Even if 25 of them work, you’ll still be ahead in the endless attempt to lose body fat game. From stylecaster.com: How to Lose Body Fat: 50 Tips That Really Work
The 4 percent rule has been followed by many retirees since 1994. It advises them to withdrew 4 percent of their initial retirement portfolio balance, and then adjust that dollar amount for inflation each year thereafter, thus creating a paycheck that will last for 30 years. Some critics are now saying it’s time to bag…