We are a new media brand for people who are redefining what it means to grow older and are looking forward to what’s next. Our goal is to provide smart, useful, thought-provoking, and engaging content about the aspirations, challenges, and joys of this stage of life.

We are dedicated to becoming a trusted, expert resource for our readers on such important topics as retirement planning, second careers, healthcare, family, caregiving, travel, relationships, and fitness, along with lighter fare—fun, interesting stuff that serves no higher purpose than that we think you’ll enjoy reading it. Actually, that feels like a pretty high purpose to us.

You’ll find this content on the site grouped in five main areas—Family & Home, Health & Wellness, Money, Work, and Pursuits.

We also offer innovative tools and services, plus comprehensive guides, to help make critical but often challenging tasks a simpler, user-friendly experience. First up: our guide to Medicare, which includes a quiz to help you decide what type of coverage is best for your needs.

Dig deeper into the well of stories on our site and you will also see many posts that reflect our former identity as the website Grandparents.com. Considerable acquired the assets of the site’s owner former American Grandparents Association and, given the legacy of that brand and its loyal fans over the years, we didn’t want to eliminate content that some readers search for and might find useful.

Finally, you may be wondering, what’s up with our name, Considerable?

Well, at this stage of our lives, it is who we are and who we believe our readers to be: We are people of considerable experience and considerable skills. We’ve built considerable assets (sometimes financial, but more, life wisdom), and we still have considerable ambition.

We are also considering our options. We are reinventing ourselves for this new chapter in our lives—considering what to do with our careers, family, money, health, and time, to make the most of who we are and hope to be.

In a word, we are Considerable.

For more about Considerable, read the welcome letter from our editorial director here.

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