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Ageless Aging - Novemeber 2012
December 11, 2012


First, welcome to all our new readers and a warm welcome to the 'regulars'. It is a joy to write to you each month. . December and January are filled with religious feast days and secular holidays. I send my good wishes to each of you. And many 2013 be your best year yet.


If you get tired of commercials interrupting your TV programs, try using YOUTUBE for entertainment. So many great shows are available. I often enjoy ending my day with some comedy. American shows: Golden Girls, Carole Burnett, Jackie Gleason, even old shows such as Jack Benny are there. AND British comedy: Faulty Towers, Upstairs Downstairs etc. There are even some of the silent film classics: Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin. And although there may be an ad before a program starts, there are no others. Commercial free!

Here is a link:

Giving back, earning income

Many retirees are finding ways to use their knowledge for the good of others. Some are setting up small businesses - helpful as nations with high debts have begun cutting programs for seniors. Share skills and add to your income.

SBI, the company that I use for my web sites is having its end of the year 2 for 1 sale. And they offer 3 month money back guarantee. (That was one of the things that attracted me to them. That and the fact that they teach everything in both text and video format.)

I have met so many 50, 60 and 70 year olds with sites about gardening, retirement living, places to travel, or 'how to' sites related to their jobs. As some have said it has given whole new meaning to their days.

Interested? Here is a link to a page with some videos about it...and at the end is an ORDER link that gets you the 2 for 1 offer. New adventure for you and/or you might know someone laid off during this recession who could use a job - one under their control.

Finally, thank you to all of you who subscribe to this newsletter. With my improved health, I am back to reading research and have dozens of ideas , new information for 2013.

So until next year, I wish you all the best.


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