The do's and don'ts against phone scams
In 2019, Americans lost more than 10.5 BILLION dollars to phone scams from con artists who disguise themselves as government officials or representatives of banks and other reputable companies in order to swindle their victims out of money. One such scam that my household fell prey to is the IRS imposter scam - a scheme where callers pose as law enforcement officers and claim they are investigating potential tax evasion by our family because we didn't report income on our W-2 (reportedly). The operators will then request sensitive information like Social Security numbers before attempting an "arrest" with fake police sirens blaring over the line for added effect!
Best online activities for seniors to enjoy
The life of a senior citizen is difficult. They are often required to give up on their dreams, hobbies, and interests in order to focus solely on the needs of their health. Exercise can help them feel more empowered by helping with mood and sleep disorders as well as providing protection against various diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, heart disease among other things! There are a myriad of services all over the States offering activities for seniors that they will love, without having to leave home while still being able to offer themselves some much needed relief from everyday living's stresses.
The philosophy of an active lifestyle
Beyond the pandemic and labyrinth of neologisms lies a pearl of ancient core wisdom about health. What is behind a philosophy on caring for elders?
Being a caregiver in times of struggle
Caregiving takes a lot of time and energy, so it's important to be organized and well prepared. If you're not currently a caregiver, chances are that someday soon you will become one. It requires an enormous commitment of time and energy but luckily there's some advice out here to help make the process easier -- get organized by finding resources for your new caregiving journey!