Author: Pam Sunderman

Aging in Place

Approximately 37 million Baby Boomers will turn 65 over the next decade, according to www.seniorcare.com. In Colorado, the number of people aged 65 and over is projected to rise 52 percent over the next 15 years, reaching a total of nearly 1 million individuals. 

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FRESH STARTS

When you’re updating your home in the new year, it pays to plan.   Don’t get me wrong, I love decorating for the holidays. Draping garland on the mantle and filling our home with glowing lights seems to cast a magical spell that we look forward to at the end of every year. But as much as I enjoy putting these decorations up, I like taking them down in the new year even more. January turns our thoughts toward springtime in the not-too-distant future, and the promise of renewal that comes with it. This shift in mood also means...

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What’s on Trend for the Holiday Season

Decking the halls just got more sophisticated. To freshen your seasonal look, consider blending white candles with natural elements like eucalyptus leaves and pine cones. Who doesn’t love the feeling of the holiday season? The time of year when Mother Nature surrounds us with deep reds, olive greens and golden hues followed by a fresh blanket of white and a crisp bite of cold air. It’s a time to gather in thanks with the people who mean so much in our lives, to feast and celebrate together. But this can also be a time of stress and anxiety about...

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