I’ve never been much of a fan girl. I had a mild crush on David Soul back in the day. Remember him from Starsky and Hutch? My father paid for me and my mum to go and hear him sing at the Birmingham Hippodrome. What a dish he was! But I never had pictures of pop stars up in my room like all my friends did. I was a more serious teen!
Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a human survival kit in your possession?
The kit would answer the most important questions about your life: How will your life end? Will you find love? Will you be fulfilled emotionally and psychologically? Will you have enough money to live until 90, or even 100? Will your children be happy and successful?
When we reach our 60s, most of us have experienced our share of disappointments.
Many of us feel like we haven’t found the financial security that we expected to have by this age. Others feel a sense of sadness, or even guilt, for not building stronger relationships with our friends and family.
Right now, the world often appears upside down and split down the middle. A barrage of politicians tell us that we must land on one side of an issue or another. Upset and righteous ire can take on a self-perpetuating quality and this can harden the heart.
There’s a wonderful old movie – although 1989 still sounds young to me and that’s when this film was released.
Staying in shape plays a vital role in a person’s overall level of health and well-being at any and every age!
But for those of us in our 60s and beyond, staying in shape is especially important.
Was there something you really, really wanted to do when you were younger, but you walked away from it because you didn’t think you could do it?
I loved to write. I mean, I loved it. I kept diaries, I had literally dozens of pen pals all over the world. I crafted short stories that I believed would someday win awards. Writing was in my blood.
Imagine you’ve unearthed a time capsule that had been planted deeply into the soil more than fifty years ago, hidden there by a young girl with big dreams.
Mary Burger is living proof that age really is just a number.
This idea isn’t exactly news to us. We know that getting older doesn’t have to mean slowing down like society might want us to believe. This is the perfect time in our lives to knock down those aging stereotypes and live life to the fullest!