Coronavirus

1 week ago

Different Kinds of Friends and What They Mean to Us

Almost everybody has friends. It is part of life to have them. Some of us have loads and some have very few, but we all feel that they are important in our lives. And we all know who our friends are. They are people who are not our family…

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3 months ago

A Life-Transforming Question: What Will I Be Brave About Today?

Nothing seemed to be going right. My Internet gave up in the middle of a Zoom meeting, my dog – a rescue mutt still learning the house rules – peed on a freshly washed towel hanging over a chair, and the work gig I was so confident…

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3 months ago

6 Tips for Cooking Deliciously in Small Servings

While restaurants have adapted and re-adapted to the “new” safety standards, many people still choose to cook at home, leaving us faced with how to make nutritious, creative, and inviting meals for one or two people…

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6 months ago

Why Rebounding Is the Perfect Exercise in Tough Times

As a psychotherapist of 30 years, I’ve accumulated a toolbox of mood boosters and self-care skills that are tried and true. And they have come in handy since the pandemic started! My general philosophy, both clinically and in life…

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7 months ago

3 Steps to Maintaining Youthful, Beautiful Skin

Everyone would love to have gorgeous, flawless skin, but what is the secret to success? For much of the past couple of years, we have been covering half of our face. We’ve suffered maskne, indentations, and half facial tans…

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10 months ago

Extra Pandemic Pounds? 2 Steps to Shed Them

I am all about creating new habits by making small changes, one at a time. If you have been reading my articles for a while, this will not surprise you. We must realize, however, that this effective way of developing new actions works for creating…

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11 months ago

Now That I Have All the Time in the World… Why Don’t I Get Going?

Just because we are suddenly handed oodles of time doesn’t mean we have a clue what to do with it. We might want first to address why we suddenly have that time. Therein lies the answer. For when we are faced with great change…

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11 months ago

How to Stay Fresh in Your Encore Career

There’s an old expression that seasoned college professors like to invoke about teaching: “The first year you get it wrong. The second year you fix it. And the third year you’re bored.” As I settle into my third year running my…

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12 months ago

3 Tips for Staying Positive Despite the Restrictions

I want to share three quick tips with you to help you stay positive over the coming months. Whether you are in lockdown, concerned about the possibility of future restrictions, or just missing family or friends that you can’t see in person…

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12 months ago

Fun Hair Options for Older Women During Covid (VIDEO)

During this crazy and unpredictable time of the pandemic, it’s an understatement to say that our lives have changed in many ways – both large and small. Today I want to focus on something I thought might be a little more light-hearted…

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