Once you have retired it is so important to get involved in new activities and make new friends.
Hobbies play a vital role in filling the void left in your day. Many people will have been waiting years for this moment. They know exactly what they want to do…..make dresses for the grand children or may be build a radio controlled model plane. Many more people find themselves at a loose end.
Digital photographs enable us to take a huge number of high quality shots.
Nowadays many dog owners prefer to arrange for their dogs to be looked after in a person’s home rather than place them in kennels.
A long established organisation called PetStay, which has over 30 branches spread throughout the UK, will arrange for your dog to be looked after by a PetStay carer……
If you are a diabetic you know that diabetes is a debilitating illness, but don’t despair as there are numerous support packages available….here are just a few.
Continuously tracking your carbohydrate intake and blood sugar levels is so important in managing your diabetes.
Since the Second World War each generation has become richer than the previous one, mainly through inheritance…..now this trend is coming to an end.
Economists have warned that children born in the 1960s and 1970s will be worse off than their parents when they retire.
Today people aged from 34 to 53 are suffering from poor pension provision, low pay rises and the expensive cost of housing. Their only hope of a comfortable retirement relies on a substantial inheritance.