The AARP Minute: January 22, 2020
In today’s “AARP Minute,” boomers and millennials have different opinions on home buying, and two cities to visit with your teen grandkids for spring break.
How to Save on Hotels
Save money on your next hotel room with these tips on how and when to book for the best rate.
Things You Should Never Keep in Your Wallet
Protect yourself from identity theft and keep these documents at home — except when you really need them.
5 Tips for Using Your Cellphone Abroad
Don’t spend money on unnecessary high rates and costly cellphone fees while vacationing. Use these expert tips on using your cellphone easily and affordably when traveling abroad.
What Special Challenges Do LGBTQ+ Couples Face With Alzheimer’s?
Katharine and Bonnie share the obstacles they’ve faced in caring for each other as a married lesbian couple.
Access+Ability: Solution-Driven Social Impact Design — AARP
An exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York showcases solutions by and for people with disabilities that are beautiful, innovative and elegant.
The Game Unites Us: AARP Fantasy Camp — AARP
Nominate a friend who’s passionate about soccer to train with the LA Galaxy! Visit aarp.org/soccer.
San Francisco: West Coast Charm — AARP
San Francisco dares you to not find something that appeals to you. The Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars and tons of restaurants are just a few of the attractions you’ll find in the “The City by the Bay.”
Washington, D.C.: More Than Just Politics — AARP
D.C. is what happens when you mix politics and the hallowed symbols of our nation's democracy with a vibrant hub of urban delights.
Dr. Phil on Health Benefits of Taking Vacation Time — AARP
Dr. Phil reveals why taking vacation is beneficial to health and relationships. Dr. Phil and AARP travel expert reveal why taking time off is good for your mental and physical health, social relationships and productivity on the job.
Plan for Vacation Day is Jan. 30
TV Host and Travel Expert Samantha Brown reminds Americans that you don't need to find the time for vacation, you already have it.
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