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How to have your happy golden years! This is a self-help guide for golden oldies. Read on for some practical and sensible simple tips for seniors approaching retirement.
Dr. Beckett's memoir "Living Medicine" describes her exciting exit from war-torn China to America as a teenager, and through education and training to become a Mayo Clinic physician. In active retirement she continues to live in Rochester, Minnesota with her husband Dr. Joe Sharp. "Six Years in Shangrila" is an illustrated, vivid account of her life in a model retirement complex where she now lives. She describes the interesting people, excellent staff, comprehensive services and many enjoyable activities both to attend and participate in. Her retirement complex mirrors Shangrila, which was a mythical paradise where occupants are always happy and never seem to grow old. She hopes to encourage everyone, especially the elderly, to seek a similarly happy hassle-free life.
The Southwestern United States continues to attract retirees seeking a great place to retire. It is easy to understand why. Abundant sunshine, striking natural landscapes and a relaxed lifestyle are hallmarks of this part of the country. Unfortunately, many towns in the Southwest are expensive. Places such as Flagstaff, Arizona and Georgetown, Texas are often hailed as great places to retire, but they have living costs that are above the national average. Here, though, we have eighteen Southwestern towns that are worth considering for retirement. Each has living costs equal to or below the national average. Some of these towns are fairly well known, while others are still off the national radar. All of these places have safe neighborhoods, recreational and/or cultural amenities, a local or nearby public library, local or nearby accredited medical facilities and some sort of water conservation plan. Each also has a welcoming quality that makes it a desirable place to live. No one place is perfect, however, so we take a look at each town's drawbacks as well.
A stage play, The Stolen Years of the Handsome Father examines a man who looks back on his life and realizes a life-altering choice he made as a university student has not been worth the life he finds himself living today. It's about a personal dilemma to continue on as he has, believing that regret and loss are simply a part of life, or making a bold change that could end the anguish inside. The play's central theme exposes the emotional harm of holding in a secret that simply steals the years of a person's life, as well as the years of others affected by his youthful decision. This is the first stage play by Gary Nelson, author of the 2013 novel, The Prophetess of Islam.
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