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Top 10 Blogs And Websites For Seniors

Updated: Jun 25, 2018

If you’re reading this, you may just be a tech-savvy senior citizen. Gone are the days when Grandpa and Grandma let technology pass them by, content to live with print…senior citizens today have more skills and interests that involve the internet than ever before!

Below is a list of 10 of the best blogs and websites for seniors looking to learn more on the web. From aging tips to travel and jokes, these sites have the best to offer seniors in their lives where they have questions about transitioning to a different lifestyle. Click the links to find out more!

  1. AARP: One of the most popular senior websites for years. Provides quality content, resources, and products for visitors.

  2. CaringBridge: Allows you to create a free website to include family/friends on health updates or to follow updates on your loved ones.

  3. Train Your Brain: These research-backed exercises are meant for seniors who want to keep their brains active. Free and paid subscriptions available.

  4. 50ish: Health, Finance, Relationships, and Lifestyle are a few of the headings to browse on this 50+ male-focused website.

  5. Beauty of Wisdom: Photo-journalist Robbie Kaye created this site to travel to beauty salons to find women in their 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s involved in their beauty rituals.

  6. Humor for Seniors: A section of the website Swap Meet Dave. This site includes comic strips cartooons, jokes, and more for seniors who need a laugh.

  7. ChangingAging: Dr. Bill Thomas’ blog features his opinions on groundbreaking approaches to long-term care.

  8. The travel section on’s site is extremely helpful for ideas, tips, and deals to take the grandkids along on a trip.

  9. Love to Know: Seniors: This site offers everything you would want to know and more about seniors, caregivers, and retirement.

  10. MINT: A website and app for anyone who wants to use technology to make their budgeting and bill paying easier.

Bonus for Care Givers: CareGiving: Offers access to online support groups, for caregivers of all ages.

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