What to Say When a Loved One Won’t Get the COVID Vaccine
Etiquette expert Elaine Swann discusses what to do when someone is uneasy about COVID vaccines and how to research options with friends and family.
What to Say When Your Loved One Won’t Socially Distance
Respecting boundaries is important, so etiquette expert Elaine Swann offers ideas on how to ask others to keep their distance during COVID-19.
Reflections on the Power and Breadth of Black Joy
Alfre Woodard, Donnie Simpson and others describe Black Joy and what it means to celebrate the love, beauty and resilience of the African American experience.
3 Fun and Safe Fall Activities
You can still enjoy quality time with the family this autumn. Visiting a pumpkin patch, baking apple pie and taking a hike or drive to view changing leaves can all be safe if you follow CDC guidelines.
Navigating the New Normal of Small Outdoor Gatherings
As restrictions begin to ease in certain areas, people are excited to see friends and family. But with social distancing and mask wearing still vital, simply having a small gathering at your house is not the ordinary activity it used to be.
Live Q&A Event With AARP and the Property Brothers
AARP The Magazine welcomed the Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, for a live interactive discussion about stay-at-home renovation questions.
Protect Yourself From a Funeral Scam
It’s hard to think about death. But in planning and paying for a final farewell, it’s important to think clearly and be wary.
How to Increase Your Internet Speed at Home
Have you experienced slow speeds while video chatting, streaming movies or working from home? Try these tips to improve your internet speed.
Michael Bolton’s Message: ‘We’re in This Together’
Singer-songwriter Michael Bolton reflects on the enduring power of the human spirit and the heroes on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Laura Dern and Diane Ladd Stay Safe by Staying at Home
Actress Laura Dern and her mom, actress Diane Ladd, send well wishes and share how they are passing the time at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
How to Make Sure That e-Card is Safe
E-cards can be a great way to let friends and family know you are thinking about them. But they could open your computer up to malware. Here are three ways to make sure that e-card greeting is legit.
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