The Savvy Retiree – January 2020

In your January cover story, meet some of the estimated 1 million Americans who live full-time in an RV. It’s one of the quintessential images of an active, adventurous retirement: tooling about the country in an RV, living on the open road, going anywhere you want, anytime you want. Plus, with so many retirees earning an income today as freelance writers, artists, consultants, etc., it can be a great way to work at something you love while exploring your homeland. All this and more in this month’s issue...

Ask the Expert: The Best Recipes to Eat Like a Local

Grandma’s Apple Clafoutis Tuula Rampont, IL‘s France Correspondent 4 apples 1 cup of flour (can substitute corn starch to make recipe gluten-free) 1/2 cup sugar + 1 tablespoon sugar 2 tablespoons butter, melted + 2 tablespoons butter 1 tablespoon rum 4 eggs 1 cup of milk Directions Preheat the oven to 325°F. Peel the apples Read more...: Ask the Expert: The Best Recipes to Eat Like a Local

Shamans, Tortoises, and Exotic Tipples: All Inside Your November Communiqué

In your issue this month, travel writer Margot Bigg goes dark. Literally. Margot writes about a trip to the outskirts of Mexico City to experience one of the country’s oldest spiritual traditions: a temazcal ceremony. Since the time of the Aztecs and the Mayans, Mesoamerican people have been taking part in these ceremonies that see Read more...: Shamans, Tortoises, and Exotic Tipples: All Inside Your November Communiqué