For more and more Americans, reaching retirement age no longer means the end of an active working life. Over 100,000 are doing so in Washington state
On my favorite fourth of July I missed the fireworks display!
Wherever you go, there you are.
According to the Census Bureau, there are nearly 57 million people living with disabilities in the United States. Thirty percent of American adults help provide care for a sick or disabled family member. And there are many right here in Washington.
If you have an out-of-the-way corner of your garden, buy a piece of rhubarb root, stick it in the ground, fertilize it once a year, and water it once a week. You will be rewarded with a spring and summer supply every year.
Sound Generations celebrated the 12th Annual Inspire Positive Aging Awards by recognizing 56 inspirational older adults from diverse communities throughout King County.
Each year, Northwest Prime Time summarizes national “Best Places to Retire” lists for notable Northwest locations that achieved national acclaim as great places to live and retire.
Where does a stressed-out motivational speaker from Los Angeles go when she wants to leave the rat race? To Washington State’s own Whidbey Island – home of eagles, tall trees and endless shorelines.
“It was an amazing experience,” recalls part-time Northwesterner John Scheele of his time at Woodstock in August of 1969.
"The forest resonates..."
Telling friends and family I was going to Bentonville, Arkansas was akin to informing them I was going to Siberia based upon their reactions. I received baffled looks, followed by questions like, "Why?" "Whatever for?" and my favorite, "You're doing this on purpose?"
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"...the milky orb in the sky mocks him with a celestial smirk."
Social Security protects your important information
"Two arms become an embrace./Two lips become a kiss."