Seasoned Times Publications

You’ll find the publications available on this page have been thoughtfully and caringly developed, designed, and written by Seasoned Times with the goal of encouraging wise, healthy, and happy aging. All content is specifically tailored to the interests and needs of those of us in the “seasoned times” of life.

We request a small contribution (from $3 to $6) for these publications to help us continue providing information and free materials to benefit older individuals and support organizations serving aging generations. Thank you for your contribution.

* Please make sure to always consult a physician before making any major lifestyle changes and in matters of your personal health and wellbeing. Always consult a financial advisor or other professional for advice about finances and retirement. Our publications are meant to entertain and inform not to replace expert advice.

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Mature Media Award Winner!

We’re Only as Old as We Feel

A Guide to Feeling more positive about aging

Five Simple Steps

When it comes to enjoying later life to the fullest, sometimes the biggest battles we face are within ourselves. Often, it’s our own thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes about aging that get in the way and stop us from enjoying all the positive things about getting older and being an older person.

The great news is we get to decide how we want to experience later life…how we want to view ourselves as older people…how we want to face our challenges… and how we want to present our older selves to the world. We control our own thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes about aging.

At Seasoned Times, we’ve put together 5 simple things we can all do to nourish a more positive and upbeat attitude about aging. We hope you find our aging guide helpful.

$6 Contribution

Mature Media Award Winner!

Staying Home Sweet Home

Aging in Place Checklist

Helpful tips for a safe home environment

The decision to “remain put” in a current home or “move on” to a different setting is one most people will ponder at some point as they transition into their later years. Fortunately, for those who want to remain in their current homes, there are things that can be done to help make the home environment a place where it is possible to live safely and independently for as long as possible.

This checklist will help identify things around your home that can become a problem for those of us in the “seasoned times” of life. It offers tips that can help make your current home continue to be an appropriate and safe living environment as you age.

$5 Contribution

Seasoned Times Newsletter

Volume # 221

Five issues to save, share, and/or print

Five issues of our popular two-page newsletter with content tailored specifically to the lives, interests, and needs of baby boomers and seniors. Each issue includes a fun “Who Am I?” puzzle and favorite quote/saying. Convenient pdf file that’s easy to view, save, share, and print. Print on standard 8 1/2 x 11paper. NO LIMIT to number of copies. Additional volumes will be available soon!

Great Places for Meeting New Friends

Strengthening Family Ties

A Few of the Best Things About Being “Old”

Winter Skin Care Tips

Bonding with Your Adult Children

Great Places for Meeting New Friends

Strengthening Family Ties

A Few of the Best Things About Being “Old”

Winter Skin Care Tips

Bonding with Your Adult Children

$4 Contribution

Travel for seniors

Issue 101

For seasoned and new travelers 

The “seasoned times” of life are a great time to travel and expand our horizons. There are so many places to see and experience, both near and far. “Seasoned Times Travel for Seniors” looks at travel from the unique perspective of those of us enjoying the later decades of life. Visiting new places, learning about different cultures, meeting and talking with diverse people, and seeing new sights keeps us active, stimulates the mind, and engages us in life. Discover some interesting destinations catering to older travelers. Learn helpful tips that can make travel easier as we get older.

Spotlight: Iceland

Healthy Travel

Avoid Jet Lag

Popular Road Trips

Slow Travel

Travel Trivia

SPOTLIGHT: ICELAND

HEALTHY TRAVEL

AVOID JET LAG

POPULAR ROAD TRIPS

SLOW TRAVEL

Travel Trivia

$3 Contribution

Travel for seniors

Issue 102

For seasoned and new travelers 

The “seasoned times” of life are a great time to travel and expand our horizons. There are so many places to see and experience, both near and far. “Seasoned Times Travel for Seniors” looks at travel from the unique perspective of those of us enjoying the later decades of life. Visiting new places, learning about different cultures, meeting and talking with diverse people, and seeing new sights keeps us active, stimulates the mind, and engages us in life. Discover some interesting destinations catering to older travelers. Learn helpful tips that can make travel easier as we get older.

Spotlight: Savanna, GA

Travel Communication Tips

Trusting Online Reviews

The Colonial Inn & Concord, MA

Considerate Flying Tips

Travel Trivia

SPOTLIGHT: SAVANNA, GA

TRAVEL COMMUNICATION TIPS

TRUSTING ONLINE REVIEWS

THE COLONIAL INN & CONCORD, MA

CONSIDERATE FLYIMG TIPS

Travel Trivia

$3 Contribution