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Do You Breathe the Correct Way?
17 hours ago

Do You Breathe the Correct Way?

One of the most significant functions I check with new clients is their breathing patterns. As a result, I often find people take short, shallow breaths. They may also hold their breath when performing a strenuous task. There are many…
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The Gift of Little Bits of Time
18 hours ago

The Gift of Little Bits of Time

During the pandemic, the days seem to slide by, and, even without going to an office or having the usual philanthropic meetings and obligations, we often don’t get to what needs doing. There are lots of reasons for this…
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End of Marriage Advice: How to Rebuild Trust After a Divorce in Your 60s
19 hours ago

End of Marriage Advice: How to Rebuild Trust After a Divorce in Your 60s

By  •  Family

The reason we struggle with trust after a divorce is because we feel like we’ve been betrayed. It’s a crappy weight to have on your shoulders. Similar to its other invasive cousins – anger, guilt, and resentment – losing trust after your long-term…
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Find the Silver Lining in Your 60s: Unconditional Confidence in Challenging Times
20 hours ago

Find the Silver Lining in Your 60s: Unconditional Confidence in Challenging Times

By  •  Mindset

There’s a saying I’d like to explore with you: “Believe you can or believe you can’t, either way you’re right.” It points to the importance of confidence and positive self-belief in accomplishing our goals at any age, but more so in the years after 60…
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Virtual Activity Ideas to Do with Grandchildren
2 days ago

Virtual Activity Ideas to Do with Grandchildren

By  •  Family

When the pandemic quarantine began in March, I figured I could do anything for two weeks. Then two weeks turned into four and four into eight, and here we are in October looking at a possible resurgence in numbers…
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Is There a Right Time to Declutter After You Have Lost Someone?
2 days ago

Is There a Right Time to Declutter After You Have Lost Someone?

When we have lost a partner, parent, child, or friend, grief overwhelms us so much that it is hard to make the simplest of decisions. For some, busying ourselves with the practical things that need to happen when a loved one has passed…
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Is Retirement an Outmoded Concept for Boomers?
2 days ago

Is Retirement an Outmoded Concept for Boomers?

Contrary to what we’re used to, retirement is a recent idea. When people lived an average of 47 years in the 19th century, retirement wasn’t an option. But now we define retirement as “the end of your working life.”
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Multitasking in Your 60s? Consider the Benefits of These 4 Multitasking Scenarios
2 days ago

Multitasking in Your 60s? Consider the Benefits of These 4 Multitasking Scenarios

How many times a day do you catch yourself multitasking? Talking on the phone while watching TV and cooking is not uncommon for many women over 60. But is it efficient? Allegedly, Leonardo da Vinci had been able to write…

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3 Smart Reasons Why Lifelong Learning Supports Living a Long and Satisfying Life
3 days ago

3 Smart Reasons Why Lifelong Learning Supports Living a Long and Satisfying Life

What are you doing to increase your chances of living a long, fulfilling life? There are multiple lifestyle commitments that promote longevity. These include eating vitamin-rich meals, nurturing loving relationships, making…
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Tackling the 4 Unsuccessful Dating Habits That Mature Women Develop
3 days ago

Tackling the 4 Unsuccessful Dating Habits That Mature Women Develop

By  •  Dating

Mature women are not that much different than their younger counterparts when it comes to dating. They want to love and be loved. Yet, because they’ve had decades to master the art of dating, they often pick up…
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