Two-thirds of seniors who qualify for federal food assistance don’t get it because they are embarrassed or they don’t know how to ask.
People living in retirement can get by on not much money — if they must. Here’s how it’s done.
Back when I was a college student (a whopping nine months ago), my roommate’s rice cooker was my ultimate survival tool. With a mere 1/2 cup of dry rice, I was able to stretch any bit of food — be it chicken, veggies or restaurant leftovers — into a quick, filling, cheap meal; this technique