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Seniors provide perspective just by being here. Those who are 100 or more lived through two world wars; the rise, the stumble, and the current state of communism; the Great Depression; the Edwardian era; the age of the automobile; and the digital revolution. Worthy of recognition just for making it through the changes.
The last person officially living who was born in the 1800s is now 117 years old.
This 83-year-old nurse is still working and loving it! We don't all want to retire.
Facing retirement? Financial planning gives a sense of security now and a secure financial future as you age. Why boomers need to plan -- NOW!
I imagine the grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the marking of this 100th birthday will be talking about life's possibilities for the rest of their lives.
Do read this feel-good story about an elderly man's response to being united with former band-mates.
Futurists believe some of us alive now will live to 120. If so, what jobs could we have at 100?
Worth thinking about...
Take advantage of volunteer opportunities to enrich your community and your own life.
I think you'll be surprised by who the driver is.
Do take time to watch the video of this elderly gentleman who chose a most unusual way to honor his wife.
I bow before this woman's spirit.
She shows what we can do if only we try.
A timeshare offers a purchaser or renter the option of owning a piece of the dream. Is this vacation style for you? What are the pros and cons of spending your money to share property?
Choose the best timeshare exchange company to meet your personal retirement needs.
At least one senior believes her lack of TV-watching is the secret of her long life.
Learn healthy aging principles that slow dementia and make retirement more satisfying.
The ultimate in downsizing...
Retirement options for Americans include 401K, IRA, and Roth IRA. Learn the differences and the pros and cons.
There was a time when I thought this might be me. Instead, I retired early to care for my mother. Each of us has his or her own path. I salute those who continue to work for the love of the job for as long as possible.
When I read stories like this one of a barmaid in Britain who is 103, I am in awe. This is great if a person wants to work. My heart goes out to those seniors for whom work is necessary but a physical hardship.
Just which is the best home based business opportunity to support your retirement? Which factors matter most to you as you start a new enterprise? Consider this list.
Seniors make a big difference to the world around them.
But then we already knew that, didn't we?
Learn about a unique volunteer service for senior experts: becoming part of a living library. Douglas College loans human experts as well as books.
Join those who choose to retire on Gozo in the Mediterranean. Read the views of a current resident.
Retire in Malaga, Spain where the sun shines enough to satisfy anyone.
Use six tips to retire debt free and relax in your declining years.
Wondering about the best place to retire or have a secret spot you'd like to share? Insider information on where to retire and why each spot is so great.
There's a volunteering opportunity for you no matter how old you are. Retirees with lots to give find fulfillment in sharing with others.
Get the facts about reverse mortgages so you can plan your retirement with confidence.
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, OntarioMay 31 and June 1, 2012
Pointing to the Future: Indexing in the Digital Age
Wondering about the impact of e-books on your indexing future? Join friends at the ISC/SCI conference to hear Jan Wright give the keynote address, “E-book Indexes: The Devil Is in the Details.” Hear more about indexing in the digital age from David Ream and Cheryl Landes, who will speak on changes in the publishing industry.
Conference sessions will be held at the University of Ottawa in downtown Ottawa. Accommodations are available in the university’s comfortable and reasonably priced residences.
The banquet and reception on May 31 promise to be memorable events. Both will be catered by chefs from Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa Culinary Arts Institute. Banquet tickets are $75; only 70 tickets are available, so if you plan to attend, register early.
The full conference fee for ISC/SCI members is $275 before April 11. Members of affiliated indexing organizations, such as ASI, may register at members’ rates. Registration is now open.
Find out why so many people are choosing to retire in Kamloops, the tournament capital of the world, and a great little city on the North Thompson River.