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8 out of 10 over 50s don’t have a retirement bucket list – but why does that matter?

[PRESSWIRE] London, United Kingdom - 18 September, 2017 -- As freedom from the ‘9 to 5’ routine looms, the prospect of extended leisure time is welcome food for thought for those approaching pension age. But despite the perfect opportunity for people to realise the dreams they haven’t previously had the time or money for, why are so few making a bucket list?

The Sustainable Legacy of a Caring Queen

 [PRESSWIRE] BANGKOK, Aug. 10, 2017 -- Not long ago, most countries were pursuing development at any cost. Seeking to better the lives of their people, many leaders favored short-term gains. But some gains would not endure, leading to a shift in thinking and a new approach: sustainability. That approach is now so mainstream that in 2015 the 191 member countries of the United Nations joined hands to pass the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Study: Higher following on Instagram means more matches on Tinder

[PRESSWIRE] London, United Kingdom - 28 July, 2017 -- Mobile dating applications are gaining particular reputation amongst young adults. Tinder is just one of many mobile dating applications designed for use on smart phones. Tinder connects users via Facebook or Instagram to other people in their preferred age range based on geographical proximity. After reviewing photos and a personal description with Instagram profile overview, users can choose to swipe right to “Like” the person they see or swipe left to indicate disinterest. If both users like each other’s profiles, a “match” is created and the users are given access to a chat screen and offered topics to begin their conversation.

‘Enjoying Life to the Fullest’ is 2016’s Top New Year's Resolution, Survey Finds

[PRESSWIRE] Los Angeles - 29.12.2015 -- To find out where Americans want to make improvements in their lives in 2016, leading personal finance website GOBankingRates.com surveyed over 5,000 people on their New Year’s resolutions for the upcoming year.

Nearly half (45.7 percent) of the participants shared that enjoying life to the fullest is their top New Year’s resolution.

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