Thursday, November 9, 2017

Shake Your Family Tree — and See What Falls Out

By Marie Bradby

Uncovering your family history is one of the most priceless legacies that you can leave your descendants.

Carrie Bratcher, librarian at the The Filson Historical Society, and Joe Hardesty, the Kentucky History and Genealogy librarian with the Louisville Free Public Library, have been helping people with their family history research for decades. Here are their tips to get you started:

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

5 Things to Do When Your Relative's Memory is Fading

By Brittani Dick 

We are taught many lessons in life, but an important one seems to fall through the cracks — how to deal with a loved one suffering from memory issues.

So, what steps should you take when your loved one is developing memory problems? Who do you turn to?

Monday, November 6, 2017

Lunch Plus One: Wakefield-Scearce/Science Hill Inn

By Lucy M. Pritchett

Lunch Plus One is something to do for a simple outing with a friend or two or a relative. For Fall, Lunch Plus One combines a Christmas extravaganza and a scrumptious Southern-style lunch all under one roof. For this excursion, I recommend doing your browsing and shopping before lunch. After lunch, you will be ready for a nap.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

What I Know Now: Merrily Orsini

By Lucy M. Pritchett

Merrily Orsini is 70 “and proud of it.” She founded Eldercare Solutions in 1981, sold it in 1996, and in 1998 founded Corecubed, which specializes in marketing for aging care companies. She continues to serve as president and CEO of the company and is a well-known conference speaker on aging care.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Feel Good Fashion: Part 3

By Erin Fust 
You can find clothes that look chic yet are comfortable and are easy to put on and take off. Here are a few pieces that are nice additions to your wardrobe and make getting dressed a cinch.

Feel Good Fashion: Part 2

By Erin Fust 

Dresses are always a smart choice to amp it up for a night out or a Sunday morning. This dress by Karl Lagerfield is a great choice to slip on without any zippers, buttons, or need for a necklace.

Feel Good Fashion: Part 1

By Erin Fust 

Limited mobility can affect anyone at any age, but later in life it can become more of a challenge to find clothes that look chic yet are comfortable and are easy to put on and take off. Here's an idea for incorporating easily wearable pieces into your everyday wardrobe.
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