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This is the Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for May 12. Thanks to everyone who let us know about their first car. There were a lot of great memories and plentiful affection for that first set of wheels.
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Mini Retirement Guide: Washington State

Things are booming in this important Pacific Northwest State. That includes boomers moving here for a better lifestyle. Geographically it is very diverse as it goes from its dry east to rainforests in the west. Did we mention there is no state income tax? More>>

Where Did You Retire?

More than almost any other topic, our Members are interested in where other people decided to retire.  And we want to know too! Please give us one sentence (or more if you want) about where you retired, or where you are thinking about. The more people who contribute, the better! To get you started, we've included a sampling of what you said in the past. More >>

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Columbus, Ohio

This vibrant and pretty city sits at the confluence of the Scioto and Olentangy Rivers and is divided into several walkable neighborhoods. The University District is home to the main campus of The Ohio State University, and German Village, a historic neighborhood.  Victorian Village is made up of charming Victorian and Queen Anne style homes on tree-lined streets . More >>

 

Alzheimer's - or Normal Age-Related Change?

Everyone occasionally forgets a name, a word, or even an appointment. But where is the line between normal age-related change and dementia? This article shares some great tips from the Alzheimer's Organization.  More>>

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