The current times have created a lot of confusion, uncertainty and fear. But it has also caused us to reflect and be grateful in ways we may not have done before.  In this interesting Fast Company article, two psychology...
Since more of us are working from home-and as a result, likely spending more time in front of our computers, phones, tablets and TVs- it is a good idea to understand the effects of too much screen time. This Ageist...
I was introduced to a site, AuthorityGuitar, recently. The founder, Lee, recently wrote an article about the benefits of learning to play.  Although the article is focused on the guitar, much of what Lee points out can be applied...
This is a four-part blog from a new blog I recently came across- My Retirement Transition Diary from BrianJonesDiary.com. The topic is one that isn't covered enough or one that many people give much thought to- our mental health prior...
Simple and valuable advice when making the transition into retirement.  Oftentimes simplest is the best! Read more...
Living a long and meaningful life involves many factors. This Sixty And Me article discusses the benefits of continued learning. If you’ve been concerned about the lack of engagement during the pandemic, devoting time to personal or professional development...
In this Scientific American article, the author points out how, although learning many of the benefits of yoga, she was struck by a 2019 review paper that focused on a more objective measure: brain scans. Though far from definitive,...
Researchers at UC San Francisco gave subjects some very simple instructions that had surprising results. This Inc. article highlights the compelling results from making one simple change for better mental and emotional health. A similar article about this study was...
Excellent insight from the authors of Retirement Voices blog about what often happens after we retire- we lose our connections-and quite often, we don't think this will happen. Their blog is focused on women, but this is a challenge for...
This article in the Washington Post highlights past studies on the topic as well as comments from experts in physical therapy and orthopedic surgery. The findings and advice point to one simple thing- keep moving! Read more...
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