Travel

Posted on August 1, 2019 by Atria Senior Living Rena is a writer who’s penned 22 travel guides and two cookbooks, including The 2nd Ave Deli Cookbook based on the legendary Jewish eatery in Manhattan’s East Village. As a travel writer, she’s often asked which destination is her favorite. Rena’s answer? “The Galapagos Islands. It’s
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By the fifth day of my nine-day pastel painting workshop in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, I was bushed. I decided to skip the class trip to a ranch and instead hung around town with my husband…but over the previous four days, I’d lugged all my gear out into the field twice, painted two churches,
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Most of us will pay thousands or even tens of thousands into life insurance policies. All that money spent comes with an implicit trust that when we pass, our spouse or other loved ones will see a payout for all those years we loyally paid premiums. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen. Life insurance companies are
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When Ken Shaw of San Francisco joined the Peace Corps in rural Zambia as an agriculture specialist, he was 61. “To say it was eye-opening is an understatement,” said the retired county health department employee and part-time actor, adding he was fulfilling “my old hippie dream.” `It’s the greatest experience you’ll ever have,” the Hicksville,
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