Most of us 60-somethings do a lot of research before we grab our bags and head off on a trip abroad.
This is a crazy time of life – with so many friends and family members with health issues. In my small community of 4,300, we lost 50 friends and neighbours last year. We also said goodbye to our 15-year-old dog…
I wonder if you’re noticing the same trends I’m seeing about how people now view work. I’m seeing a changing definition of success. When I started working in the 70s, success seemed to be defined as how quickly you could climb…
I think many of us harbor a secret dream about singing onstage with a rock band. I had this dream fulfilled last week when my choir director, Leah Hokanson, gave us the opportunity to sing with her backup band…
I was reading about the role of the “commons” around the world when I learned that Canada is warming up at twice the speed of other countries, and the Arctic is warming up three times faster.
According to the AARP, Boomers say they’re interested in authentic travel experiences that connect them with locals. Is this true for you?
Creativity has always been a topic I love reading about, so it’s really no surprise that I stumbled on this quote by Pablo Picasso: “Every child is an artist; the problem is staying an artist when you grow up.”
Whether you’re a newcomer or a long-time resident, there are multiple ways to experience more joy and connection in your community.
The first women on Earth are certain to have gathered together around a fire. They probably made meals together, fashioned clothing, and shared stories.