Snow is lovely to look at, but it’s a pain to shovel. Worse, shoveling can cause injury if you’re not careful.
- Written by Bob DeLaurentis Bob DeLaurentis
Q. Is there a dictionary for Emoji?
- Written by Marge Jesberger Marge Jesberger
Moving and starting another phase in your life can be wonderful and rejuvenating. It can also be very high on the stress scale, but it doesn’t have to be that way. You can make this transition easier by preparing yourself, mentally and physically.
- Written by Lori Verderame Lori Verderame
January is the time of the year when home goods are featured for shoppers in stores and online. Why not use your cherished family heirlooms when you decorate or redecorate your home?
- Written by Victor M. Parachin Victor M. Parachin
Some common new-year greetings include expressions such as, “Wishing you happiness and health in the new year,” “Wave goodbye to the old; embrace the new with hope and joy,” and “May the days of a new year be filled with happiness for you.”
From politics to the pandemic, older Americans are at the forefront of some of our most pressing issues, labeled by the media in ways that range from traditional (“senior citizens”) to respectful (“mature adults”) to snide (“OK, boomer!”).
- Written by Jim Miller Jim Miller
Dear Savvy Senior,
My 80-year-old father has an old flip phone he carries around with him for emergency purposes, but I’ve heard these devices will soon be phased out. Is this true? If so, how can we know if his phone will be affected, and where can I find him a simple new one that he can operate?
– Searching Daughter
On the morning of Oct. 13, William Shatner, who became an icon as Capt. James T. Kirk in Star Trek, boldly went where no man at the age of 90 has ever gone before as he was launched in a Blue Origin rocket out of Earth’s atmosphere.