I have always let mom do the worring about money. Now that she is gone and I'm alone now I feel that I am worrying about how I'm going to make it in the long run. I'm going to be turning 50 yrs old in June and I have high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes, my feet and ankles swell if I don't elevate them at night. I still take my medicine but don't bother testing my blood anymore. I have money in the bank but not enough to retire on. It would be hard for me to work full time. Any suggestions?
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