Category Archives: Seniors

Information pertaining to Senior Citizens

Kent County Real Estate Update Fall 2014

Kent County Real Estate Neighborhood News-Fall 2014 By Bill Bell Kent County is home to the state capital Dover, Dover Downs and the Dover Air Force Base. In this area, you will find a good choice of smaller 55+active adult communities and the prices can be significantly lower than in the areas to the north […]


Sussex County Real Estate Update Fall 2014

Sussex County Real Estate Neighborhood News-Fall 2014 By Kathy Sperl-Bell Sussex County, a.k.a. “Coastal Delaware,” is where Boomers look to move for not only a primary residence in retirement but often for a second home/vacation home even while they are still working. This is the fastest growing county with the smallest population of the three. […]


What’s Up with Your Docs?

Help us find a good doctors, practices, specialists or labs by sharing your knowledge base with other new Delaware residents. Moving to a different state requires a lot of changes including finding a new doctor – someone reliable, someone trustworthy, and someone professional. Please help us build a resource of good doctors, practices, specialists or […]


Boomers: Compare State Taxes… Before You Move!

Before You Choose Where to Retire, Be Sure To Compare State Taxes If you plan to move to another state when you retire, take time now to examine the tax burden you’ll face when you relocate. While there are many factors to consider when deciding where to retire and what’s going to be affordable, the […]



NPR, my Walk Buddy

NPR is my Walk Buddy in the morning. It’s my time to catch up on the news and stories like this one, part of a series about Seniors working past retirement. I was walking with ear buds and hand weights so I could identify with John David who became a Certified Trainer in his 50s. […]


Disaster Planning for Seniors

Limited mobility and medical conditions can make seniors particularly vulnerable during natural disasters. Just consider some of the stories that emerged after November’s Hurricane Sandy and how seniors were dealt an especially hard blow. Many were trapped without power and water for days in high-rise buildings. There are some great tips in this article in […]


Milton CHEER Center Opens

Grand Opening, Monday, August 15, 2011 2:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. The new Milton CHEER Center is opening at the Feed Company, 13275 Reynolds Road, Milton, DE 19968. Call for more information 302-684-4819. Free CHEER tote bag to the first 100 people who sign up for membership and if you sign up now, your membership […]



Boomer Sandwich

Remember the “Dagwood”? According to Wikipedia, the Dagwood Sandwich is a tall, multi-layered sandwich made up of a wide variety of meats, cheeses, and condiments. It was named after Dagwood Bumstead, a character in the comic strip Blondie. Dagwood is a good name for the Boomer Sandwich – it’s multi-layered and I bet no two […]