Elliot Crumpley previously worked as Editor and Content Manager for 55places.com and Content Strategist for Neighborhoods.com. He wrote a wide variety of articles on active adult communities, the 55+ lifestyle, and retirement trends. Before joining the team in 2014 he had a range of service industry jobs, dabbled in academia, and wrote freelance articles on topics ranging from beer to bike lanes.
170 Articles by Elliot Crumpley
5 Hobbies That Can Help You Socialize Moreby Elliot Crumpley on May 29th, 2020
If you have trouble finding a group to socialize with, picking up a hobby can be a quick fix. These 5 hobbies are sure to get you out there and socializing in no time!
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21st Century Hobbies to Try in Retirementby Elliot Crumpley on May 29th, 2020
The digital age came into being and now all generations have been shaped by the new and rapidly changing information age. Check out how the 21st century is changing hobbies for retirees.
5 Retirement Hobbies To Keep You Young at Heartby Elliot Crumpley on May 25th, 2020
Those who are young at heart find the fun in anything and jump at the chance to try something new. This is as true at 65 as it is at 18, and staying young at heart can have a positive effect on your overall health. Here are 5 hobbies that can help keep you healthy and provide hours of personal and physical satisfaction.
6 Free Online Hobbies for Retireesby Elliot Crumpley on May 15th, 2020
As they reach a new chapter in their lives, active adults sometimes struggle to fill the endless amount of free time that comes with retirement. But thanks to the internet, retirees today have a bottomless resource for new hobbies and newfound interests. Best of all? A lot of these resources are free.
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7 Popular Retirement Hobbies for Menby Elliot Crumpley on April 13th, 2020
If the thought of yoga has you yawning or the idea of knitting has you nodding off, there are a number of activities that are more popular among male retirees. If you're not sure where to start, we've accumulated a list of some popular (and some niche) hobbies for retired men.
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