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New Film "Some Kind of Heaven" Wrestles with Aging in America
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New Film "Some Kind of Heaven" Wrestles with Aging in America

New Film "Some Kind of Heaven" Wrestles with Aging in America
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Since its release in early 2021, Lance Oppenheim’s debut film Some Kind of Heaven has been sparking conversations about aging in America—inviting audiences both young and old to consider what it means to live out one’s final decades in a healthy and meaningful way. 

by Staff Writers
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Since its release in early 2021, Lance Oppenheim’s debut film Some Kind of Heaven has been sparking conversations about aging in America—inviting audiences both young and old to consider what it means to live out one’s final decades in a healthy and meaningful way. 

by Staff Writers
Hopping On The Wave Of Pandemic Minimalism
COVID-19

Hopping On The Wave Of Pandemic Minimalism

Hopping On The Wave Of Pandemic Minimalism
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Out of desire or necessity, many older adults have turned quarantine into an opportunity for scaling back spending and cleaning out the closets. Minimalism has long been a popular strategy for an earlier, healthier retirement—but now, many have found it is more worthwhile than ever.

by Eve Grinnell
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Out of desire or necessity, many older adults have turned quarantine into an opportunity for scaling back spending and cleaning out the closets. Minimalism has long been a popular strategy for an earlier, healthier retirement—but now, many have found it is more worthwhile than ever.

by Eve Grinnell
"As Far As I Can Go"
LIVING

"As Far As I Can Go"

"As Far As I Can Go"
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As many Americans think about working longer and aging actively, James Taylor’s steady vitality can serve as inspiration.

by Staff Writers
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As many Americans think about working longer and aging actively, James Taylor’s steady vitality can serve as inspiration.

by Staff Writers
Part II: Working Longer Solves (almost) Everything
JOBS

Part II: Working Longer Solves (almost) Everything

Part II: Working Longer Solves (almost) Everything
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This is the second in a two-part series about benefits of older adults working longer.  The first article looked at the benefits that accrue to older adults from working longer.  This article explores the business case for older workers, or why employers should want to retain/hire older workers.

by Tim Driver and Amanda Henshon
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This is the second in a two-part series about benefits of older adults working longer.  The first article looked at the benefits that accrue to older adults from working longer.  This article explores the business case for older workers, or why employers should want to retain/hire older workers.

by Tim Driver and Amanda Henshon
Part I: Working Longer Solves (almost) Everything
JOBS

Part I: Working Longer Solves (almost) Everything

Part I: Working Longer Solves (almost) Everything
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This is the first in a two-part series about the benefits of older adults working longer and the correlation between employment, social engagement and longevity.  This article looks at the advantages to older adults themselves of working longer.  The second article explores the business case for older workers, or why employers should want to retain/hire older workers.

by Tim Driver and Amanda Henshon
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This is the first in a two-part series about the benefits of older adults working longer and the correlation between employment, social engagement and longevity.  This article looks at the advantages to older adults themselves of working longer.  The second article explores the business case for older workers, or why employers should want to retain/hire older workers.

by Tim Driver and Amanda Henshon
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