Travel and Work After 50: How to Become a Nomadic Travel Writer

Asian senior man using mobile phone on airplane

Many people think that becoming a nomadic traveler when you are 50 is impossible. All the fault is the stereotypes the modern world is driven by. Indeed, the younger generation prevails among the nomads. However, your age shouldn’t be an obstacle. After all, if to consider the understanding of the term nomadic, then there is no indication of age. This is just a person who moves from one place to another. But where to start this journey and in which direction to move? In this article, you will find actionable tips, so that you can take the first step into

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Air Travel Tips for Seniors With Health Mobility Issues

Close Up Of Businesswoman Sitting In Airport Departure With Female Colleague In Wheelchair

Unlike younger people, air travel takes a really serious toll on seniors’ bodies, especially if they have health mobility issues. You have to consider the strain of those long terminal walks, disruptions to mealtimes, sitting for so long within a closed space, and the crowd around can affect them physically. So, you really have to be prepared for this physical strain.  All of these can also affect you in some ways; you will have to consider how far you can accompany them in the airport if they can go on the plane with their wheelchairs, what would happen in case

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How to Find the Best All-Inclusive Resorts for Seniors

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Last month, we shared all about cruises and why they’re a great choice for winter vacations. But as nice as cruises are, not everyone is up for a voyage at sea. For those not interested in cruising, but who still want the benefit of minimum planning, all-inclusive resorts are a wonderful option. So this month we’re looking at how to find the best all-inclusive resorts for seniors. With so many to choose from, you’ll definitely be able to find the perfect all-inclusive resort for your preferred vacation style. These havens of leisure take the guesswork out of travel planning, provide

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Five Tips You Should Know Before Booking Your Winter Cruise

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For many seniors, cruising is ideal. You don’t need to do a lot of planning to enjoy a top-notch trip, and you can sit back and enjoy while almost everything is taken care of for you. You want a fun-filled vacation but don’t want to plan the activities yourself. Who can blame you? Winter cruises are especially fun with exciting seasonal destinations like The Bahamas, Costa Rica, Belize, Cabo San Lucas, Cozumel, Asia and even Antarctica. But before you click “Buy!,” we have five tips to help you make the most of your winter cruise. Tip #1: Don’t count out

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Why Seniors Are the Best Age for Studying and Discovering the World

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Transitioning from the 50s to the 60s and 70s is one of the most beautiful and important time periods or our life. That’s because this is when we take the time to look within and discover what’s been lying there, undiscovered, for such a long time. Our hectic daily lives can distract us from understanding what truly matters, so we might not be able to enjoy ourselves, have alone, quiet time, or pursue our passion until this transition. While this is quite sad, most people would agree it’s true. Indeed, starting to do all the above from a young age

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Quiet Places You Need to Visit in Your 70s

Bridge in Spain

Reaching your 70 might come as a breath of fresh air. Even though you might have started freelancing after 50, the fact that you do not have to work anymore gives you the space to organize your time however you want. And what better thing to do in your 70 than traveling? Most seniors choose quiet places for their holidays and there are plenty of them. It is also the opportunity to go to those places you have always wanted to visit. So now it’s the perfect occasion. But which places offer the perfect oasis of tranquility and serenity for

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5 Things You Wished You Knew Before You Bought A Timeshare

We all know that the timeshare buying process is daunting, and it might seem like the salesperson is either the devil incarnate or your best friend- neither of which is true. Everyone has something to say about timeshare, but who should you listen to? We asked Lisa Ann Schreier a former timeshare salesperson and now the consumer advocate known as The Timeshare Crusader for her thoughts. Here are the 5 pieces of advice she thought were worth sharing. Understand all the costs involved.  It is not just the purchase price, which averages more than $20,000 when buying from the developer.

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Importance of Traveling for Seniors

Traveling is many peoples’ goal in life. Seeing the most astonishing and breathtaking places in the world is something that everyone should do in a lifetime. The truth is that the world we live in is extraordinary and it will never stop to amaze us. Breathtaking views, mysterious islands, and exotic jungles can barely the surface of the real beauty this world has to show us. But there’s more than that to travel. Traveling isn’t only about amazing places you must see. Traveling is a unique experience that will stay with you forever. Traveling teaches one more than schools teach

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5 Myths About Buying Timeshares

Whether you own a timeshare, are thinking of purchasing a timeshare, used to own timeshare or find yourself in front of a timeshare salesperson, you're bound to come across some timeshare myths.  Here are the Top 5 I run into: 5 Myths About Buying Timeshares 1)  Timeshare is a less costly vacation alternative to renting hotels. In rare cases and when purchasing on the secondary market, this may be true.  For the majority of owners, you'll be paying more when you factor in the purchase price, annual fees and exchange/usage fees.  That's not necessarily a bad thing. 2)  Real estate based timeshare

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