The other night our visiting kids asked us how to prepare for old age. I thought about our younger generation for some answers.
I recently wondered which of my kitchen gadgets would be the easiest way to make cauliflower rice. And the answer might surprise you.
A Pineapple Corer tool peels, slices, and cores pineapples with minimal use of a knife. We love fresh pineapple, but don’t love using large, sharp knives any more. Could a pineapple corer work better than a knife for older hands?
I find it difficult to easily slice sweet potatoes because of the arthritis in my hands. But I do miss my homemade sweet potato chips. I wondered … could my favorite new kitchen appliance, the Presto Professional Salad Shooter, slice sweet potatoes?
As long time Wii Fit users, we’ve been waiting for Nintendo to create a Switch Fit for us. Well they finally have, and it’s called Ring Fit Adventure.
I used an arm peddler at the gym years ago and remember thinking it was harder than it looked. I remember getting a pretty good arm workout on it. So when I came across under-desk peddlers while looking for exercises I could do to tone my upper arms, I took a second look.
Doctors and nutritionists tell us healthy eating is an important part of staying independent and engaged in our lives. But is healthy eating for older adults different than healthy eating in general?
My daughter gave me my first Magic Bullet blender about 12 years ago. At first I wondered what I was going to do with it. But it didn’t take long for me to realize that it has the perfect name. The time and effort I save with uses for the Magic Bullet seems magical.
One of my favorite small appliances stopped working last week after decades of service. My faithful Presto Salad Shooter had shredded its last carrot. I felt as if I had lost an old friend.
We’ve been in a seemingly endless summer weather pattern here so I was surprised that the first day of Autumn had arrived. That means it’s time to start planning for just the right holiday gifts for the special seniors in our lives.