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Grocery Delivery: A Big Benefit to Seniors

Mar 31st, 2020 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Senior Citizen Journal writes a lot about how seniors can make the best use of their income and financial resources. After all, we don’t know how long we will live, and as a result, we need to plan carefully for our money to last an indefinite amount of time. This includes weekly planning for food and grocery shopping.

Tips in the 21st century include making good use of computers and cell phones for ordering. The newest technology of immeasurable benefit to seniors is grocery delivery. Most supermarkets, big box food stores and even smaller grocery stores will deliver groceries to families in their communities. Grocery delivery for seniors means we don’t have to get out in public and expose ourselves to COVID-19. We can ‘shelter in place’ at home and remain much safer.



JUST FOR SUNDAY: 08/12/2012

Aug 12th, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Grateful thanks to Irene Watson for this article. In my last post, I wrote about being a rebel. Then I came across the saying “living with reckless abandon” and wondered how that might be the same or different than being a rebel.

Many of us in recovery certainly know how to live recklessly, until our lives have become a wreck. We may have been alcoholics or drug addicts who put ourselves in danger repeatedly as if just daring the world. Others of us in recovery may have been codependents or enablers—we tended to play it safe, to try to stop another’s reckless behavior. The thought of “reckless abandon” might be frightening to us.

But there is a happy medium. Just as we can have a good rebellion that benefits us, we can live with