#repost @agelite365 with @get_repost ・・・ #repost @caring4urblock This is a reality for many many many aging adults! - They're absolutely right. And it affects seniors' health, quality of life and longevity. Being totally fanatical about saving and financial planning can help us all avoid a similar fate, especially with all the uncertainty about the future of pensions and government healthcare funding. But for seniors already coping with these challenges, there are a few strategies that can help and co-housing is one of the best. Seniors can pool their resources to reduce housing expenses, food costs (buying in bulk saves money) and to look out for each other, like making sure someone isn't missing meals. Co-housing has also been linked to better health and well-being in adults. Another option is to adopt as many lifestyle changes as possible to reduce the need for medication. A chat with a trusted health professional or health coach can be really helpful with making these changes. Would love to hear your ideas about how to help vulnerable seniors. #elderly#olderadults#retirementplanning#personalfinance#yourmoney#savingmoney#aginggracefully#foodinsecurity#foodsecurity#healthcare#healthyliving#healthyaging#cohousing#bulkshopping#lifestylechanges#wellbeing#wellnesswarrior
I feel so blessed and well frankly, lucky. . I have no idea why the Universe guided me towards the health and wellness path II’ve been on for the last 4 years. It started with wanting to lose weight and tone up. That snowballed into, becoming a vegetarian, to studying nutrition, to finding a company that provides me the tools to exercise properly and teach and coach other midlife ladies to do the same! . If the Universe hasn’t brought this in your life yet, it’s because you haven’t really asked to be shown the way. Start with reading a nutrition book, or a blog. There’s SO much information in this crazy social media world today. . Once you understand how important it is to take care of your physical and mental self, then believe that you can make the change. . Are you ready to make the change? Tired of feeling helpless, tired, stressed, lack direction, don’t know where to start? Start by working with a health and fitness coach! Let me help get you started on the right path, with the right nutrition and workouts. I coach online, weekly calls, text messages, I’m available to you 16/7 (I have to sleep😴) Let’s talk about your goals.... DM me. . . . . #weightlossstruggles#midlifeweightloss#weightlosshelp#hormonehelp#perimenopause#menopause#musclesat50#selfcaresaturday#fitat50#hflcdiet#midlifecoach#prediabetes#bestlifenow#retirementplanning#makingmoneyonline
Did you know you can invest in real estate using your retirement plan? Alot of retirement plans are able to be self directed meaning you can choose what you want to invest in. If you are interested in learning more I can connect you with a pro that can help you with your specific situation.
Here are problems #millennials face: . Millennials have to save longer to buy a house 👉🏼 Home prices are on the climb and millennials are paying for it — literally . Millennials buying their first home today will pay 39% more than baby boomers who bought their first home in the 1980s, according to Student Loan Hero. In fact, the value of homes has increased by 73% since the 1960s, when adjusted for inflation . Maybe this is why homeownership among millennials is at a record low — they have to spend more time saving money to buy a house. In some cities, it can take nearly a decade to save for a 20% down payment on a house, according to a SmartAsset report . Millennials are shelling out money for soaring rents 👉🏼 Meanwhile, many none-homeowning millennials are devoting their hard-earned cash to soaring rents . Rents increased by 46% from the 1960s to 2000 when adjusted for inflation, according to Student Loan Hero. In 1960, the median gross rent was $71, or $588 in today's dollars. By 2000, that number rose to $602, or $866 in today's dollars.
Take a few moments and check your beneficiary designations for all of your accounts to ensure that you have the people you want to inherit those assets. You don’t want your family to be left to sort (or litigate) out the mess.