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On this episode of The Balancing Act, we’re offering helpful tips for every aspect of life–from cooking and gift-giving, to retirement and more.

Active seniors lead richer and more satisfying lives. They’re also less likely to suffer from feelings of loneliness or isolation. That’s why Holiday Retirement, the nation’s largest collection of modestly priced, all-inclusive retirement communities, offers a comprehensive program of activities and events designed to help residents live a more robust, fulfilling life.

Struggling to find a gift for everyone on your holiday list? Enter South Florida-based MyPhoto, a family-run company that brings your images to life by transforming your favorite digital photos into gorgeous photo and art pieces.

Craving a delicious, homemade meal without the stress of planning and prep? We’re back in the kitchen with celebrity chef Ralph Pagano for a QuickBytes featuring Orrington Farms, a line of broth bases and flavorful seasonings guaranteed to add wholesome, farm fresh flavor to your recipes.

Everest Funeral Concierge Services is back with another helpful tip. More than 25 million people across the U.S. and Canada are covered by Everest. When help is needed, Everest is one call away, there to guide families through a very emotional, complicated, and confusing time in their lives.

Ralph goes meatless! Watch as chef Ralph kicks off The Big Game with nutritious tailgating food using Lightlife Plant-Based Ground.

The Balancing Act kicks off 2020 with a football-themed extravaganza! Tailgate with Ralph on the Road, hear from football legend Michael Irvin, and more. First, Beth Troutman is on location at InnovAge in Denver, Colorado to learn more about their PACE program, which helps seniors live independently. Then, Ralph goes meatless! Watch as celebrity chef Ralph Pagano kicks off […]

Beth Troutman is on location at InnovAge in Denver, Colorado to learn more about their PACE program, which helps seniors live independently.

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