Welcome to this month’s 60+Club newsletter
Welcome to our first edition for the new year!
We hope you had a lovely Xmas and new year break and are kicking off your 2024 in a positive way. We have some exciting announcements scheduled in the year which we look forward to sharing with you soon. In the meantime, please enjoy our January e-newsletter.
And if you missed our December edition, it was jam packed with our most read articles for 2023 and a bunch of other fun things… you can catch up here.
Reducing your power bill involves making conscious choices and adopting energy-efficient practices. Implementing these strategies not only helps you save on your power bill but also contributes to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly lifestyle. Here are some clever ways to cut down on your power expenses.
As we age our bodies undergo various changes that can affect our balance and mobility. This can increase the risk of falls, which can lead to serious injuries and significantly impact the quality of life. However, by implementing certain preventive measures, seniors can reduce the risk of falls and continue to live independently and safely.
Entering the dating scene as a senior can be an exciting and rewarding experience. However, it’s essential to approach this new chapter with a sense of caution and awareness. This guide will provide you with practical safety tips to ensure a positive and secure dating experience.
As we navigate the golden years of life, the companionship and unwavering loyalty of a furry friend can bring a multitude of positive benefits. The bond formed with a dog or cat transcends the ordinary, offering seniors not only companionship but also a myriad of physical, mental, and emotional advantages. In this exploration of the positive aspects of pet ownership in later life.
Read more articles
- Boosting energy levels as we get older
- Enhanced work bonus for seniors expected to increase pension benefits
- 14 health benefits of exercising for the over 60s
- Five property rifts between families & how to prevent them
- 12 ways to stay social in retirement
- Overcoming mental barriers of meeting new people after 60