Wednesday Lists

Top Ten Wednesday Lists

1. Your health at your fingertips
With so much medical information available at the click of a button it’s often difficult to select the best sites and also the most reliable. This list combines both sites which are interesting and credible.

2. Affordable travel experiences
Research tells us that most YOURLifeChoices subscribers love to travel and enjoy trips both around Australia and overseas. This handy list offers useful information for travellers who want to make the most of the money they have to spend.

3. Work at any age or stage
The old days of full-time retirement can seem like a thing of the past with many people now combining retirement with part-time work, work from home and volunteering. This list helps you to find the right work opportunity for your needs.

4. Technology at your fingertips
Whether it’s the latest mobile phone or the newest television, this list will keep you up-to-date with all the best new gadgets and how to use them.

5. Food and nutrition
Food is one of life’s great pleasures and a passion for many people. The internet is full of wonderful food-related websites and this list showcases some of the best. It also includes some wonderful tips on how to improve your nutrition.

6. Your essential retirement planning guide
Retirement is a big word which means many different things to different people. This list highlights the best sites to help you successfully plan your retirement, make a smooth transition and then maximise your fun when on a fixed budget.

7. Your dilemmas answered
Life is full of challenges and particularly people dilemmas. YOURLifeChoices answers real-life problems from concerned readers, these are the ten most thought-provoking dilemmas we’ve tackled.

8. Worthwhile Government websites
Dealing with government agencies can be time-consuming and frustrating. This list provides you with the ten most useful government websites to help simplify your dealings with the powers that be.

9. Helping you help your parents
When your parents reach the later stages of their retirement it can be a very challenging time for all. This list helps you to find answers to many questions on aged care, staying connected and remaining active.

10. Understanding aged care
Understanding which aged care services are available, how to access them and what they will cost, is enough to bamboozle anyone. That’s why YOURLifeChoices has catalogued the information from the most relevant websites around.


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