Make the most of later life with laterlife.com
On this the Laterlife Today page, Sally Smith our features editor, brings you all the latest articles for the month. There are our regular series described below as well as articles on an interesting variety of subjects each month.
Written by Maggi Stamp, laterlife's relationship counsellor, covering some of the challenges we meet in later life.
Written by Barry Martin, including Classic Cars, Bikers banter, Off roading, Caravans and Motor Homes as well as latest news and new car reviews.
Written by IT trainer and author Jackie Sherman. Jackie specialises in teaching IT to adults and each month covers sone aspect to help us make the most of our PCs.
Articles of interest from other organisations
Chevron Holidays is a tour operator specialising in Malta holidays and trips. Book your well-earned Malta holiday with Chevron today, and relax on our beautiful island.
Home Exchange 50plus
is a website which enables you to holiday by swapping homes with like-minded
travellers, either in your own country or worldwide, and is specifically for
those 50 and over.
Circle is a membership-based service open to anyone over the age of 50, supporting individuals and communities to lead the lives they want to lead.We support our members across four areas of their lives: social activity, life’s practical tasks, tailored learning and appropriate health and wellbeing services.
Maude, a fifty-something unemployed bartender, has bought a painting for a few bucks from the thrift store. Despite almost trashing it, she now thinks it’s a Jackson Pollock worth millions. In fact she’s certain it is. But when a world-class art expert flies over from New York and arrives at her trailer park home in Bakersfield to authenticate the painting, he really has no idea what he is about to discover.
LaterLife has two pairs of tickets to be won.
Competition closes on 31st March 2014
Return of The Grumpy Old Women-
I am Lance Corporal Charlie Fowler. I lost a limb serving my country in Afghanistan. You may have seen our story on the BBC 1 Documentary