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10 Steps to Achieve Your Dreams with a Growth Mindset

By Joanie Marx January 28, 2024

Victorian era author George Eliot wrote, “It’s never too late to be who you might have been.” Do you believe Eliot’s quote is true for you? If you do, you will want to develop a growth mindset to bring forth your innermost desires and dreams…

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Grief and Loss in Later Life – Insights from a Life Coach and Former Funeral Director

By Diane Bruno January 26, 2024

Loss is an inevitable part of the human experience, and as we age, the frequency of bidding farewell to loved ones increases. As a life coach who has walked the path of grief and loss, having spent years as a funeral director, I understand the complexities…

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You Can Reduce Stress and Enhance Purpose in 2024

By Linda Wattier January 24, 2024

When did you last think about what you value most in life? Research shows that recognizing and living according to your values creates a richer sense of purpose. Also, it turns out that one of the best ways to significantly reduce stress is to spend…

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Resolution, Revolution and Resistance, Taken from Dylan Thomas and Approved by Me

By Maggie Marangione January 07, 2024

I tossed my walker over the cliff the other day (figuratively); I was raising my angry fist at my advancing years and infirmities, much like Dylan Thomas wrote in his famous poem. Acceptance of this has been a battle as I deal with body part replacements…

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9 Best Eyeshadows for Older Skin

By Sandra Roussy January 02, 2024

Makeup trends and eyeshadow colors go in and out of style. At our age, we have seen many of these trends come and go and sometimes even come back. I went through phases where there were periods that I couldn’t leave…

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How to Make Friends with Mother Time by Using These 5 Time Management Hacks

By Terri Edmund January 01, 2024

Why is it that time seems to fly now that we’re 60 or 70 or 80? I’m often amazed when a wedding, the death of friend or a move to a new city was 20 or 30 years ago. Heavens, it’s already 2024! What happened to 2023?

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Re-Connecting with Ourselves After Decades of Putting Our Wishes Aside

By Harriet Cabelly December 28, 2023

Discovering who we are isn’t only for teenagers going through trials and tribulations of identity. As adult life sets in, and we become inundated with the myriad of responsibilities, we focus on keeping our heads above water…

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What Do You Do When You Want to Downsize – But Your Spouse Doesn’t?

By Rita Wilkins December 28, 2023

As an interior designer for the past 35 years, I have had the opportunity to help baby boomers design their first, second and even third homes, their beach houses, mountain retreats, and country cottages…

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Now is the Perfect Time to Tell the Story of Your Life

By Ellen Rand December 22, 2023

When I became a hospice volunteer, I imagined – considering my background as a reporter and writer – that I might be able to help people who wanted to write or record their life stories. I thought it would help people make sense…

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Live an Extraordinary Life

By Pam Lamp December 20, 2023

Thirteen years ago – when she was 65 years old – Barbara Pagano stumbled on a longevity website. She plugged in her basic health information, along with her family’s diseases and history, and pressed submit. What popped up on the screen was her proposed…

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