Recently Bev and I presented a mini 3rd Act workshop at the Aging in America Conference in San Francisco. Four Thousand people from all over the world came together to talk about the many facets of aging from health concerns to political activism to spiritual [...]
The apple is nature’s perfect design. It is pleasing to the eye. Whether green, red or yellow, you can count on the round delicious taste. It is nutritious and beautiful. It is circular and portable. It does not need to be refrigerated or cooked to [...]
I recently attended a roundtable discussion of Generation Ageless: Longevity and the Boomers at Stanford University moderated by Tom Brokaw. My colleagues and I, from the Northern California chapter of the Life Planning Network, wanted to hear what some of the top researchers and representatives [...]
I just got off the phone with Southwest Airlines. I am planning a trip to southern California to visit my children for Thanksgiving and was delighted to see the senior rates still available. So the season begins full of delights but often fraught with challenges.
Too much doing; not enough being
When I returned from my vacation in July, I vowed to hold on to the calm relaxed enjoyment of a slower pace that vacation had provided. My partner and I took a road trip, mostly avoiding Interstate’s, exploring small [...]