With increasing lifespans, more people than ever are becoming caregivers
for aging loved ones. It’s not always an easy journey, but it can be a
rewarding one, and there are ways to make it more manageable.
What’s the thing you look forward to most in retirement? Do you have concerns? Many Americans remain positive about their futures, yet they still have worries. See where you stand when it comes to attitudes about retirement.
With increasing lifespans, more people than ever are becoming caregivers for aging loved ones. It’s not always an easy journey, but it can be a rewarding one, and there are ways to make it more manageable.
As we move into the new year, it’s a good time to resolve to maintain a healthy lifestyle through a nutritious diet and regular physical activity. Check out the video on Life’s Simple 7 steps to stay healthy and read about how to establish sustainable healthy habits.
If preparing for retirement has been on the backburner, you’re not alone. Get started with baby steps to put your financial literacy on course, figure out what you need, and boost your investing potential.
Enjoy food, family, and friends during the holiday season, but try not to overindulge. Using some simple tricks for healthier eating and lowering stress can help you keep the holiday season in check, and stay on track for the new year.
The holidays can play havoc with those trying to eat healthier. Look for smarter options when filling up your plate and practice portion control. Try substituting healthier choices in family favorites. No one will likely miss the extra fat and calories.
As retirement is becoming more than a distant speck on the horizon, Jonah and Liz are occasionally able to get their heads above water enough to dream about what they’d like to do in retirement. As part of the sandwich generation, Jonah and Liz are at the height of their careers while also taking care of their kids and caring for their aging parents. They’re trying to put away money for retirement, save for their kids’ college fund, and still find time to work out. Take a peek into their Wealth + Health Diary to see how they’re doing.
Even if you’re physically active, long stretches of sitting may be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and other chronic illnesses. Simple strategies, like finding ways to move a little every hour or two at work, can help those with a desk job keep moving.