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Many boomers turning their passions into new careers

(StatePoint) For many years, the average 50-something American looked forward to a leisure-based retirement.

Tips for protecting your family's financial future

(StatePoint) Do you lay awake at night wondering if you'll have enough money to pay the bills, let alone retire? Could you pay the bills at $170 to $350 daily if you or your spouse were disabled?

Gut-busting restaurant meals named 'dis-honorees'

Shrimp pasta, steak and eggs, maybe a bacon cheddar double cheeseburger. Sound good?

What's the Attraction of Managing a Hotel?

If you've ever stepped into a hotel lobby and just stared in awe at the beautiful surroundings, such as ornate paintings, velvet furniture, plush carpet, and colorful accessories, you might understand the attraction of managing a hotel.

How To Turn Your Pool Into a (Temporary) Stage

You’re lucky enough to own a swimming pool, but occasionally what you really need is a temporary stage. You can ponder these tantalizing life events, and how they might soon be able to happen:

Games People Play - In a Wheelchair

Staying active while living with a disability may seem a daunting task, but taking part in wheelchair adapted games can help put sports back in your world or the world of someone you care for.

Landmarks To Fall For on Your Next RV Trip

America has scenic geography to suit every taste and a recreational vehicle vacation is a great way to experience it. Build your next cross-country road trip around America's best waterfalls.

A Short Guide to Illinois Teacher Certification

Teacher credentialing in Illinois is governed by the Illinois State Board of Education. The Board has three levels of certification: Initial, Standard and Master.

Can Your Printer Turn Into a Robot Toy?

You probably have one or two dead printers lying around the house or office and have no idea what to do with them. Unfortunately, your printer’s lifespan is often quite short-lived.