Books are like a new best friend. They teach you new things and take you on new adventures. We list some of the must-read books for seniors this winter.
Playing an instrument has many physical and mental health benefits, none of which require you to be expert or even good. It’s all about putting in the effort and learning a new skill. If you happen to get good along the way, that’s a bonus.
Retirement is your time to truly do what you want. We give you some ideas on how to keep yourself occupied.
There’s no expiration period for finding your passion. It doesn’t matter if you’re 40, 50, or even 80 – what’s important is that you keep an open mind that discovering things about yourself is an ongoing, continuous process.
Interested in Urban Agriculture? Boomerang Member Garden Jane gives us the scoop on Toronto’s Urban Agriculture Week.
We’ve put together a list of the top discounts for seniors in Canada. Don’t be shy to take advantage of some of these great offers.
Many Boomers are now living in emptying “nests” and debating whether to move and “downsize” or to stay put and fix issues they have always wanted to change in their homes.
Some of the ways knitting can improve your health.
Small town Ontario might be the best place to retire. In this article we’ve put together a list of our top 5 favourite small towns to retire in Ontario.