Seniors Happy Life is a very unique and specially-designed publication, its sole purpose being to provide older people with hours and hours of
entertainment and enjoyment.
The content features 40 pages of ad free stories about inspiring people,
interesting historical stories, lots of memories and nostalgia, great photos taken in modern times and from our past, sentimental items, puzzles, laughs and more. There is no news or issues. The content is also not time sensitive so each magazine can circulate indefinitely.
Another unique feature of Seniors Happy Life is that all issues are printed in LARGE PRINT.
Seniors Happy Life, although gaining countless accolades from readers,
failed to generate the publicity needed to make it a viable proposition, so is no longer published, however previous issues are still available, and every issue offers countless hours of enjoyment and activities.
Twelve monthly issues were produced between December 2022 and 2023.
Several Sample and Variety Packs of previous issues are still available for
purchase, and include FREE POSTAGE. Click here for details
A little background...
The idea for Seniors Happy Life arose when the wife of one of the founding
partners, who had been in the regional publishing industry for many years, was
diagnosed with a rare but fatal brain disease. She died in February 2022 at 72 after
being fully cared for by her husband in their own home for two years. This
experience and the grieving period that followed caused him to appreciate the plight
of people in similar circumstances much more. He committed the remainder of his
life to try and improve the quality of life for older people, Seniors Happy Life was
part of that process. Seniors Happy Life was never intended to change people’s
circumstances, but it was certainly intended to help change the way they felt about
life, and especially those who had to contend with loneliness, isolation, boredom etc.
Despite no longer being in publication, while ever existing copies are still circulating,
Seniors Happy Life will continue to encourage older people to Live, Love and
Laugh. And that’s good!