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About Barbara Klein

drB (Barbara Klein) writes and manages AgingWithPizzazz.com – Youngevity for your Second-50 years. The blog concentrates on “Harvesting Low Hanging Fruit” whether Fitness, Health tidbits, Life in general or just FUN stuff. The purpose is that together we can EMPOWER our Second 50 years (and beyond) to be the best possible.
Latest Posts | By Barbara Klein
Does the Idea of Probate Process Freak You Out? Sharing my First-Hand Interview
3 years ago

Does the Idea of Probate Process Freak You Out? Sharing my First-Hand Interview

At first reading, this post may seem less about quality aging and more about not aging at all (meaning dying), but it’s not a bummer. I promise. Since money and financial issues can cause us all so much stress, this is a stress-buster to offer some extra peace of mind. Read More

Finding Friends as an Older Adult Requires a Different Approach
3 years ago

Finding Friends as an Older Adult Requires a Different Approach

Less than two years ago, I moved from the Valley of the Sun, in Arizona, to Southern Oregon. While much research had gone into finding a nice permanent spot (actually more than 19 years of travel and thought), the actual move was rather spontaneous and a bit impulsive. Read More

Is Throwing Out the Salt Shaker Good or Bad for Healthy Aging?
3 years ago

Is Throwing Out the Salt Shaker Good or Bad for Healthy Aging?

I like salty foods. I realize that this is not considered an especially smart thing to admit to these days. Nevertheless it’s true. I like salt. Sweets are good too, but, it wouldn’t be devastating for me to cut back drastically. Well… maybe not “drastically,” since I already try to avoid too much sugar. But, when it comes to salt, like many people, I need to work on my restraint. Read More

3 Tips for Managing Skin Tags as You Get a Little Older
3 years ago

3 Tips for Managing Skin Tags as You Get a Little Older

I’m not the only woman with Acrochordon. This is not wishful thinking. You probably do too. “What?’” you ask. Well, what if I called it skin tags? Ah, yes. Even if I didn’t know the prevalence of the strange–looking little things, I have had friends and acquaintances complain about them for years – and noticed them on many naked necks. Read More