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What Are We Blind To As We Age?

It would seem to me that at the top of the list of things that people are blind to is the long-term effects of short-term thinking, instant gratification, comfort-seeking,...

8 Science-Backed Changes to Make to Help You Live to 100

If you have followed my blog, you have likely noticed that there are a few articles about "Living to 100" or "Living Beyond 100."  These article topics are becoming...

A Lonely Retirement Could Shorten Your Life — So Make Friends

This Star Tribune article begins...Building up a robust social network should be as much of a retirement planning goal as building up a robust 401(k). "Social networks are incredibly important...

Baby Boomers Are Proving You’re Never Too Old To Start a Business

This article in The Globe and Mail highlights a growing trend- people in their 50s, 60s, and even 70s starting businesses. A couple of boomer entrepreneurs are highlighted sharing...

One Hen, Two Ducks—The Power of Play

As the author of this 3rd Act Magazine article points out, "Human beings are hard-wired to play and suffer when denied the opportunity. Why? Because play is adaptive, it...

Your Residence Is Your Retirement

As people explore what to do in retirement, the opportunities for future living arrangements is the most thought about – yet least acted upon – aspect of retirement planning....

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