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“6 + 1 Indicators for Healthy Aging” by Patricia Cavanaugh

“6 + 1 Indicators for Healthy Aging” by Patricia Cavanaugh

In “Aging Well” George Vaillant reviewed the Harvard Longevity study, the longest study done to date on adult human development which has given us very clear age 50 predictors that lead to a joy- filled 3rd act.  If you are not yet 50, you still have time to work on these values.  If you are older than […]

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“How old are you? The Impact of Ageism” by Bev Scott

“How old are you? The Impact of Ageism” by Bev Scott

“I don’t tell anyone my age,” my new retired, vibrant and active friend responded.  We were sharing the details of our lives.  After I had revealed my age along with other personal details, I asked her how old she was.  I flashed on the memory of one of my aunts who didn’t tell anyone, even […]

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“Five Tips on Organizing and Managing Your Estate” by David Gill

“Five Tips on Organizing and Managing Your Estate” by David Gill

Like many others in my generation, I came to the end of a long, successful career (for me, it was in healthcare administration) and thought “Okay, now what?”  My financial advisor told me that I had prepared myself well enough so that I could retire, but that’s not what I wanted at least not in […]

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“Everything Old is New Again” by Ellie Klevins

“Everything Old is New Again” by Ellie Klevins

Do you ever hear your mom’s voice in your head with words that are so familiar they are now part of you?  I do.  “Everything old is new again” was one of her frequent comments, especially when I was showing her something “new”. When I was younger, I didn’t give these words much thought.   Now […]

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