The Value of Staying Home as You Age

When things go wrong in life, our response is always a desire to go home. That begins from a very young age, and we’re seeing more evidence every day that it becomes stronger than ever in old age. There are a number of reasons why this is true. As senior citizens living in the sameContinue Reading …

Summer Safety Solutions from Master Lock (Giveaway CAN)

The lazy days of summer are truly the best. We spend most evenings outdoors roasting marshmallows and listening to tunes from the 80s with the kids. Day time is pretty much the same, lazy, last minute plans filled with family, laughs and good food. These are the days I cherish the most. The days weContinue Reading …

What you need to know about Dating in yours 40s

Dating in your teens was social experimentation for most people. Dating in your 20s was a way to start to learn more about yourself and what you wanted in a partner. Dating in your 30s was when you began to narrow down the search and when most people settle down. But now you are inContinue Reading …

Views From the East Village: Where to Live and What to See

Every neighborhood in New York has its own atmosphere, and every street has a distinctive flavor. This is particularly true in the East Village, where traveling from 3rd Street to 4th Street means journeying from a haven for delicious food, vintage clothing, and raucous nightlife to a quiet residential neighborhood. The East Village is quicklyContinue Reading …

How TV is Making Us Smarter

There is this wide misconception that watching the television could kill your brain cells. Now don’t get me wrong, it certainly depends on the type of content you’re absorbing on the daily basis, but television is not as bad as it’s made out to be. With the right balance of educational and entertaining television shows,Continue Reading …