Horizons is a quarterly publication of The Edmond Sun aimed at informing, educating and entertaining the Greatest Generation and Baby Boomers. See inside this issue for

• How to protect your digital afterlife,

• How to have the hardest talk you'll ever have with your parents,

• Check out your healthcare options for 2015,

• A look at a projected epidemic of Baby Boomer hoarding, and

• Travel to Georgia to learn more about a historic family's life and times.

ORLANDO, Fla. — With all that we do online these days — from social media to banking to storing photos and running a business — there is growing concern over what happens to those “digital assets” after we die.

New research supports the use of the 40-70 rule, which states that by the time children are 40 and/or parents are 70, they should have discussed certain issues such as estate planning, long-term health care and living arrangements, and other topics specific to the aging population.

Bulloch Hall in Roswell, Ga., listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is one of the finest examples of temple-style Greek Revival architecture in the South. While the architecture is impressive, it’s the stories of its residents that make the house extra-special.