Ready to start your after retirement life


“When you retire, think and act as if you were still working”. This is the common scenario with people who are retired.

Having a sense of purpose could add years to your life, according to a study published in 2014 in Psychological Science. Researchers from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, and the University of Rochester in New York, tracked the p Read more...

Enjoy Travelling in your 2nd innings


For instance, take 74-year-old Omprakash Khandelwal. He made his first foreign trip to London only after retirement in 2001 and since then he has made a couple of overseas tours. The former transport professional says that before retirement, time was a constraint and all that he could manage was inland travel. "With not many responsibilities on me anymore, I have ample time to loosen up and explore places," he says.

Khandelwal is among a growing number of sen

way to stay healthy after 50

Fitness at 50 and beyond

Turning 50 is a huge milestone. For many people, this signifies a new chapter in their life. Maybe your child is now grown and out of the house. Perhaps you're noticing some new physical changes to your body. Chances are, you will feel different once you reach this significant birthday. Fortunately, many of those changes can be positive. Turning 50 means that you have a lot of life experience. You know what you like and what you don't like. Use your wisdom to help you become even more Read more...


Healthy Eating as you Age

No matter your age or your previous eating habits, it’s never too late to change your diet and improve the way you think and feel. When you choose a variety of colourful fruits and veggies, whole grains, and quality proteins you’ll feel vibrant and healthy, inside-out.

  • Live longer and stronger – Good nutrition keeps muscles, bones, organs, and other body parts strong for the long haul. Eating vitamin-rich food boosts immunity and fights illness-causing Read more...

Live your life your way

Retirement Communities (Your life-Your Way)

Retirement Communities (Your life Your Way)

As we age, many of us are faced with the prospect of revising our living arrangements. If you feel overwhelmed by home upkeep, cut off from transport and social amenities, or simply want more companionship with others your age, especially when your sons/daughters are mostly settled in abroad (NRIs), an independent living facility or retirement community may be a good option. While moving is always stressful, by pl Read more...