By Fred Mays ~ Florida is a big, populous state with lots of tourists. Consequently, finding a little peace and quiet on the beach gets harder all the time. But here are places where you can get away from the crowds and enjoy some sand-dune solitude. Cabbage Key The attractions on Cabbage Key
By Gail Clifford ~ If you love Austin, you’ll love Prescott Arizona …The Connections You Never Knew “Home is not a place…it’s a feeling.” After recent visits to both Austin and Prescott, I realized if you love one, you’ll easily love the other, the synchronicity is astounding and you feel, well, right at home. Of
By Gail Clifford | Above photo by Harold Hall, haroldhallphotography.com. How many places exist where you can paint over existing art? It’s THE reason to stop at Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. Bring some spray paint and paint this “town” red, green, blue, or yellow. Don’t forget your boots, for puddles and muddy areas. Park
What to Look for When You Try Out Living Abroad By Gail Clifford , MD, MMM, CPE, FACP, FHM | The world is full of overseas havens: Great weather, low costs, rich in opportunity. Welcoming, safe communities. Good, inexpensive health care. Freedom, fun, and adventure. In our last article (fyi50plus.com/2020/01/07/dipping-your-toes-in-the-expat-pond-part-2/), we talked about how to
Where To Go? By Gail Clifford , MD, MMM, CPE, FACP, FHM | Above photo by Claire Tardy | Most people don’t realize how inexpensive life overseas can be. Less work, if you want. More fun. Regardless, taking the leap to move abroad should be all about improving your daily life. Once you’ve made the
By Gail Clifford , MD, MMM, CPE, FACP, FHM | Above photo by Claire Tardy | Do you enjoy meeting new people and exploring new places? Do you crave a little adventure? Are you flexible enough to consider living in another country? Are you ready to get out there and experience something unknown and exciting?
By Mary Meier-Evans, The Curious Cowgirl Travel Blog ~ Hello, fellow Empty Nester! Happy Fall!!! How was your Summer? Mine? Thanks for asking! My husband and I had one graduate from college, and a second (the last of our four kids) graduate from high school. Happy tears. Sad tears. And now what? I’m not a psychologist.