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 both sexes. I would argue that this is a more...
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...
In this Make Aging Work blog post, author Gary Foster points out: The back-nine begins the down-slope as age accelerates its processes. The decisions during the front-nine highly impact the type and intensity of the decisions that need to be made during the back nine. We can’t stop the...
As the author of this article in The Conservation points out..."Retiring early and working less or not at all can generate large benefits, such as reduced stress, better diets and more sleep. But as we found, it also has unintended adverse effects, like fewer social activities and less time...
One of my favorite writers to follow is fellow retirement coach, Gary Foster of Make Aging Work. This post came out this week- the inspiration of a presentation at the Retirement Coaches Association conference Gary and I attended virtually last week. Fantastic presentation and a great article! Read more...