By Sue Rice
Maybe you aren’t the most tech savvy person on the planet. Still, you want to find ways to connect with others who share your interests.
Here’s a list of 10 ways for Seniors who are on a budget to connect with others:
1. Love to Read?
Join or start a book club. Today you can receive books on your Nook or Kindle. You can go to the library and ask a librarian to help you find a good book that has a series of questions at the end. There may already be a book club at your library that you can join.
2. Play Words with Friends
Easy to load on your electronic device, you can play with as few or as many “friends” as you wish. It’s fun and easy to play. If you’re good, you can win badges for your efforts.
3. Join the Sixty and Me Community.
Look online for Margaret Manning and her Sixty and Me community for women. There are ladies from over 150 countries who listen to Margaret talk about topics that are of interest to women ages 50+. There are places where you can talk to the women in the community and share your knowledge on the various topics. [Read more…]