To Live Well Tomorrow Think Critically Today
My recently published book, SOLO AND SMART, The Roadmap for a Supportive and Secure Future helps readers to attain:
Their level of satisfaction for each life domain, health, housing and location, social connections, nearby support, legal matters, having enough money, finding rides, and more! But it can't be done without the critical thinking skills.
Nearly one-third of adults 55 and older are single.
The largest household segment in America is the single adult. Nuclear families are second. Some have a partner—but are childless or have children who live at a distance. Solo aging doesn’t necessarily mean single! And solo living shouldn’t translate to having no one to count on. (AARP)
And once we reach a certain age, the risks become the focus.
Obstacles that Impede Thinking Critically
As I grow older, my health may decline—Is it possible to know the probability of my health years from now? If yes, how do I do that?
Is the place I live affordable, can I keep up with the maintenance, and will my monthly budget keep up with the expenses? Is the house age-friendly?
Who will watch out for me to make sure my needs are met and who will meet my basic needs for companionship, friendship, and community?
How do I create a sense of being cared about, like the kind most family members have for one another?
What are my options?
Buy the book, SOLO AND SMART, The Roadmap for a Supportive and Secure Future