Max Izenberg was so intrigued by other websites and newsletters that catered exclusively to various age groups and different types of people. There are the young moms looking for various resources for their growing families; there is information for the teenagers – that group of young people looking for the best there is to offer for their particular needs. There are even sites devoted to pet lovers. However nothing for those vital active seniors – those over the age of 60. These are the people that are active, socializing types who are always looking for a good restaurant – especially one that caters to seniors pricewise – or yoga, education, travel geared for their age, volunteering, or anything else for this vital interested group of people. As a nutritionist, Izenberg shares healthy tips and will even offer information on scams that target seniors.
Finding nothing all in one place, she decided to start one of her own. Thus Suddenly65 was born. The newsletter will grow and mature into a viable interesting and very informative bulletin that everyone over the age of 60 will enjoy. Actually it could even be a great resource for the younger generation in terms of letting parents and grandparents know about different venues they may find interesting for their family.
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