My 22 Cents’ Worth: The Peace of Christmases Past

It has now been 102 years since a Christmas when a sense of the brotherhood of humanity momentarily seized warring soldiers in Western Europe.

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On Life and Love after 50: Men Have Trouble Meeting Women

Usually, it’s the women who comment to me that meeting mature single men is difficult. But, lately, older men have also said meeting older single women is difficult.

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My 22 Cents’ Worth: Be All You Can Be

“Be All You Can Be” was the Army’s recruitment slogan from 1980 to 2001. Now that they have retired the slogan, it is fitting for the “army” of those 50 years of age and older to adopt that orphan.

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My 22 Cents’ Worth: Dreamland: Where the Action Is

Do you like adventurous experiences, maybe with a dose of shock that startles your tranquility? If so, there is no need to visit an amusement park.

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Older But Not Wiser: The Nose Gets Lucky

The day started off great. I was taking my 3-year-old granddaughter, Summer, for a walk around the neighborhood. We were having a contest—who could spot the most birds. OK, I may have cheated a little and counted one bird twice, but she’s 3 years old has to learn the ways of the world.

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50plus LIFE Nostalgia Page – February 2013

Join us in celebrating our silver anniversary by taking a look back at life over the last 25 years ... as well as a blast from one of our covers past!

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Santa by another Name

Santa Claus has been a fixture of Christmas for centuries, but he goes under many different names: Kris Kringle, St. Nicholas, Father Christmas.

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50plus LIFE Nostalgia Page – January 2017

Join us in celebrating our silver anniversary by taking a look back at life over the last 25 years ... as well as a blast from one of our covers past!

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Fifties Flashback: King Leer

“Blessed is the rebel. Without him, there would be no progress.” – Hugh Hefner

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