In today's digital age, active living seniors are turning to the internet for advice on health, relationships and family. Now, two retirement living seniors have created a website where elder women can find important information.
Barbara Fleisher and Thelma Reese are the founders of ElderChicks.com, a site for women to "read and talk about later life joy, pain, triumph, and adversity," according to the site's news release.
"I'm so busy all the time, traveling, volunteering and learning new skills.
I wondered what other women my age were doing and thought a blog would be a perfect way to reach out and share stories and ideas for keeping life interesting," Fleisher said.
More than one-third of U.S. citizens born before 1946 use the internet, according to a study by the Pew Internet and American life project.
Active living seniors who are looking for a place to discover information on entering their golden years have hundreds of websites at their disposal. Seniors should do the research to discover which sites suit their needs best.