Founder of Second Wind Movement http://secondwindmovement.com, Cyn Meyer offers education + coaching to help seniors transition into amazing next chapters and age successfully in place. She helps them live out active, healthy, happy "retirement" years, so they can better evade depression, loneliness, Alzheimer's and nursing home occupancy.

Latest Posts By Cyn Meyer

1 week ago

4 Tips for Overcoming Loneliness as an Older Adult

The crushing feeling of loneliness can be a silent killer. The feeling can sneak up on you even when you’re surrounded by people. And it has detrimental effects on both your physical and mental health. In fact, research suggests that…

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3 weeks ago

3 Powerful Benefits Senior Women Can Reap from Setting Up the Right Morning Routine

With the rise of all the scary stats among seniors (like Alzheimer’s, loneliness, depression, divorce, and nursing home occupancy), and that’s without Covid in the picture, it’s becoming more and more difficult to lead an active, healthy…

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2 months ago

4 Amazing Benefits of Music for Older Adults

Music is a fantastic elixir for the soul and a powerful force in our lives. It has always been part of my story from when I was a kid playing the violin in retirement homes. And I’m sure you know very well firsthand how music can brighten your life…

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1 year ago

The 5 Rings of Retirement Can Bring Back Your Spark

I’ve been hearing a lot lately about people feeling unmotivated and trapped, and like they’re in a holding pattern. Yes, the pandemic is a big contributor – but there’s more to the story. Being stuck at home is also a time where certain ideas…

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1 year ago

3 Simple Ways to Declutter Your Home

If you look around your home, and don’t feel like a minimalist, you’re not alone. In fact, 54% of people are overwhelmed by the amount of clutter they have, and, sadly, a staggering 78% have no idea what to do with it…

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1 year ago

4 Reasons Why You Need to Practice Gratitude Regularly (ASAP)

As you know, gratitude is the quality of being thankful. It’s a readiness to show appreciation for, and to return, kindness. To encourage you to practice gratitude regularly (as in, daily), here are four big benefits that come from gratitude…

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1 year ago

How and Why You Need to Start Micro-Stepping Today

If you’re a procrastinator, you are so not alone. The reason being, you were designed to procrastinate. You know that sense of stress, fear, or anxiety you feel when you do something new or challenging? Or maybe it comes…

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1 year ago

4 Key Ingredients for Successful Aging

Wikipedia defines successful aging as “physical, mental and social well-being in older age.” The authors of Successful Aging: The MacArthur Foundation Study, John Rowe, MD, and Robert Kahn, PhD, define it as “the cross-section between three components.” Read More

2 years ago

3 Hacks to Finish Your Unfinished Projects

I’m going to go out on a limb and say that it’s a universal issue to have a list of ambitious interests, projects, and goals in your head that you want to complete. But, if you’re like most humans, your unfinished projects likely stay…

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2 years ago

Does Creativity Decline as You Age? (Hint: Not a Chance)

Lately, with all the extra time and space provided by social distancing, it’s a good thing if you’ve been ruminating over questions like: What’s my plan for the next couple decades?

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