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About Pamela Lamp

For more than three years, Pamela Lamp has explored one new thing – every single day. At https://whoimettoday.com/, she writes about these discoveries and the wonderful people, places, and things in our world. A book, beach, and animal person, Pam lives in Nashville with her husband.
Latest Posts | By Pamela Lamp
Lessons from a Man Who Turned Back His Clock and Improved His Health
4 weeks ago

Lessons from a Man Who Turned Back His Clock and Improved His Health

At an Aspen dinner party, martini in hand, Chris Crowley chatted with an Exercise Science and Muscle Physiology researcher. This PhD showed Chris a graph of normal aging patterns in our country…
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3 Recipes to Comfort You in Uncertain Times
2 months ago

3 Recipes to Comfort You in Uncertain Times

By  •  Lifestyle

A therapist friend once told me, “Our brains can’t process two things at once. If our hands are occupied – knitting a scarf, coloring or drawing, cooking a new recipe, decorating cookies…
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Meet a Woman Who Simplified Her Closet and Her Life and Gained Good Health
2 months ago

Meet a Woman Who Simplified Her Closet and Her Life and Gained Good Health

By  •  Lifestyle

We all experience those periods when we sense a relationship is amiss. Or we know deep down we should make some changes on a personal level. But we look the other way…
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How Losing Yourself in Your Passions Can Help You Find Happiness at Any Age
3 months ago

How Losing Yourself in Your Passions Can Help You Find Happiness at Any Age

By  •  Lifestyle

As I stir chicken broth and garlic cloves into the simmering pot of bland-looking cauliflower, I smile and chuckle to myself. How will this concoction go over at the dinner table tonight?
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Worry Too Much? How My Experience with Journaling Really Helped
4 months ago

Worry Too Much? How My Experience with Journaling Really Helped

By  •  Lifestyle

As he leaned against the door of a New York City subway train, my adult son fainted. Like a giant redwood tree, he toppled over, his head crashing against the edge of a hard plastic seat…
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A Simple, Reflective New Year’s Eve Tradition
5 months ago

A Simple, Reflective New Year’s Eve Tradition

By  •  Lifestyle

Long ago, I gave up glitzy parties, morning hangovers, and late night celebrations. I no longer need to mark the occasion with noisemakers and hats. On New Year’s Eve, give me a good movie to watch…
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Finding Friends After 60: Can We Make It Easier?
6 months ago

Finding Friends After 60: Can We Make It Easier?

By  •  Lifestyle

As I brushed my hair and applied mascara, the banter of the morning talk show hosts played in the background. When the women – and men – on television casually mentioned how difficult it is to make new friends…
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Have You and Your Spouse Run Out of Things to Talk About?
7 months ago

Have You and Your Spouse Run Out of Things to Talk About?

By  •  Mindset

In our younger days, I’d watch the older couples next to us in restaurants – and I’d vow we’d never be like them. Those folks who sat across from each other and ate their meals in silence…
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