• Traveling
    Traveling On A Budget

    Traveling is an amazing part of life; it gives you the opportunity to see exotic new places, learn about different cultures around the world, and try loads of exciting new experiences. However, traveling can be expensive and...

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  • Sustainability
    Pioneers of Sustainability – At Home in the Mountains

    Inge Gögele, the current owner of the Dolomit Boutique Hotel, has spent her whole life in the mountains around Alta Badia. She grew up in this wonderful part of the world, overlooking the Dolomites and surrounded by...

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  • Iceland
    Iceland is a Drama Queen – Part 2

    Iceland is not the only drama queen. Our car, Heidi the Hyundai, turned out to be the complaining sort.  As my husband, Kyle, and I drove on June 30th from the relatively warm, lush, green coast of Iceland to...

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  • Iceland
    Iceland is a Drama Queen – Part 1

    Iceland is easy to reach.  Non-stop flights from Portland, Oregon, to Reykjavik, Iceland, are only 7 ½ hours. As our Iceland Air jet passed over Hudson Bay, we gazed in awe at the arctic wasteland and the vast...

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  • Side gigs
    7 Retirement Side Gigs Baby Boomers are Choosing

    For an increasing number of Baby Boomers, “retirement” includes having a side gig that helps with everything from paying the bills to buying the margaritas at the beach to simply staying engaged and occupied. LivingBetter50 recently identified...

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  • Traveling
    Managing Safety Concerns While Traveling Overseas

    Whether an African safari, a European group expedition or a Caribbean beach getaway, when it comes to having time for leisure travel, you as a Baby Boomer (particularly retired Boomers), have the lion’s share of it. Gone...

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  • Fitness
    Fitness Tips to Help You While Traveling

    If you’re like me, you’re on the road a lot, which means you spend a ton of time hopping from one hotel to the other and changing your routine based on what’s on the agenda! You also...

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  • Tokyo
    4 Reasons Why Tourists Shouldn’t Be Intimidated by the Tokyo Train System

    As a mecca for fashionistas, tech-geeks, and hardcore food lovers, Tokyo pretty much has something for everyone. Yet one of the biggest challenges for tourists deciding to visit Tokyo is making sense of the city’s convenient yet...

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  • Expat
    What It’s Really Like to Be Part-Time Expat in Europe

    Not all retirees thinking of moving abroad as a retired expat are ready to go full time. Exploratory trips are a great way to check out a likely final destination for your retirement. Carol Barron outlines how...

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  • Destination Wedding
    Destination Wedding in Greece: Take Your Elopement to Rhodes

    Through the years, the Hellenic Republic has been gaining international attention due to the increasing number of couples who decided to celebrate their wedding in Crete, Santorini, and Athens. There’s no doubt that these three famous spots...

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  • Traveling
    Top Traveling Tips

    Traveling is an incredible experience – it’s the chance to visit beautiful new destinations, try exotic food, and learn about different cultures all around the world. However, between the organizing, planning, and concerns over funding, arranging your...

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  • Desert Safari
    Top 5 features of a Desert Safari in Dubai

    If your next travel consideration is a desert safari but you are not completely sure your co-travelers will enjoy every aspect of it, here are my thoughts on the desert safari in Dubai, which I experienced less than a...

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