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Celebrating the Holidays with Seniors in Assisted Living

The holidays are a time for celebrating with family and friends. But with a loved one in assisted living, it can also mean starting some new traditions. Here are a few ways you can keep the holidays fun and festive for your family.   Include your loved one in holiday planning Your memories of the
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Your assisted living checklist: How to find a top facility

Choosing the right assisted living facility for your family is an important decision. It’s a complex search but knowing what to look for will help you find the best care. Use this checklist as your guide to find a top assisted living facility.   Determine the physical and mental needs of your loved one Every
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Damn The Spinner Bag!

How Four-Wheeled Luggage is The Latest Air Travel Scourge.

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Demise of the Selfie Stick

A Scourge of Global Travel Seems to Have Petered Out. Have Tourists Come to Their Senses? And, a New Twist on Food Photography Mania.

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Lion Air Crash and the 737 MAX

Boeing Warns of Dive Dangers in Newest 737 Model. Should Flyers Worry?

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Ask The Experts: Importance of Independence

Phillip Coury, vice president of Generations Senior Living, says assisted living can actually produce more independence. Q: What is the importance of supporting a sense of independence in seniors and older adults? A: “What retirement living can do in fostering independence is actually ironic to a lot of seniors and a lot of their family members, because
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Happy Birthday to the 747

September 30, 2018 The Boeing 747 turns fifty years-old today. Smithsonian magazine has published an essay of mine about the plane for its “American Icon” feature. You can read it here. It appears in the magazine’s print version as well. The longer, unabridged version is below. FIFTY YEARS AGO, on the last day of September […]

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Viking Kadlin from Paris to the Heart of Normandy

My wife and I have recently returned from our 8th Viking cruise which on this occasion was on the Viking Kadlin sailing along the River Seine between Paris to Normandy… […]

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The Airport Lounge Crisis

Crowds, Kids, Noise... Has the Premium Class Lounge Lost Its Luster ?

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The Space Waste

An Open Letter to Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson.

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