Let me start out by wishing you all a Happy New Year. The Lifestyles After 50 team hopes that each and every one of you has a healthy, happy, peaceful and financially sound 2018.
We’re ringing in the New Year with content we hope you’ll find thought-provoking, enlightening and relevant. Our editorial theme, A New Year, a New You, takes a comprehensive approach with topics designed to inspire you to achieve your best in terms of health, finances and future well being.
Make fiscal fitness a priority this year with advice from our financial guru, David Novak. He tells you what money moves you need to consider, especially in light of the new tax changes. Feature writer Kathy Megyeri has an inspirational piece about encore careers and why you really should have one. (Hint: it’s not just about making money.)
Have you set a fitness goal for 2018? We hope so, and we have a plan to help you get there with a list of recreational activities guaranteed to inspire you and keep you motivated because they
are so much fun.
Our columnists wish you the best with their inspiring, funny and informative takes on life. Iris Ruth Pastor offers self improvement tips; Susan Goldfein thinks humans are overdue for some evolutionary changes. And Michael Wright pulls back the curtain behind the coffee, donuts and people who live in
We have a mouthwatering ribs recipe fit for the kings (Elvis Presley and Rev. Martin Luther King). Plus our film critic, Mark Higley, reviews the new film, The Leisure Seeker, a touching story about two aging lovers on the lam.
So enjoy your read and fill your mind with peace and the promise of a restorative new year.
Terri Reeves, Editor
“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.”