I completely agree with the points the author makes in this article from Greater Good Mgazine (UC Berkeley publication).  Although it was written last year, the article is even more applicable to the current times.  When times are difficult...
Keeping with my theme this week to spread some positive thoughts, this article from NextAvenue has some great suggestions for helping our neighbors.  As the author points out, many people are afraid to ask for help even though they...
Each of the articles this week focuses on something positive.  This one looks at how important community is in our lives- which is especially true during these trying times. Focus on how to support others in your community who...
We live in a society that values faster, newer, more, bigger, better---and younger! If something is old, it has become less valuable. We tend to trade up to something else due to these. But let's consider the flip side as...
Personality a key overlooked factor in why some people age better than others.  The good news is it isn't too late to make a change! Read more...
An interesting article fron Futurity on the effects of ageism. Ageism can harm older people’s health, a review of research in 45 countries across 5 continents shows. Read more...
A short article about the power of connection and successful aging from 3rd Act Magazine.  The article is written by a doctor who has conducted extensive research on the topic.  As a retirement coach, I continue to come across...
The new thinking about aging considers not just how long one lives, but how vibrant one stays later in life- 'Healthspan' instead of 'Lifespan'.  Exercising both body and brain can help people stay healthier longer. Read more...
This article from The Atlantic article raises an interesting question.  Much of this is about our perspective.  Many people who are in this 'older' phase of their lives are changing the perceptions. However, biases and ageism are still prevalent....
This is the way we should be thinking about aging- exercising both body and brain can help people stay healthier longer. This new thinking about aging considers not just how long we are living, but how active and engaged...
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