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Nostalgia

Thinking about the past is fun, but, did you know that nostalgia is also good for your brain? Find out what neuroscientists, have to say about nostalgia. Let’s think about the past together!

Don’t Want to Attend Your 50th High School Reunion? 5 Authentic, Important Reasons to Go!
2 weeks ago

Don’t Want to Attend Your 50th High School Reunion? 5 Authentic, Important Reasons to Go!

I can’t believe it, just as no one can believe it: the famous 50th high school reunion has cropped up on me. The sentiments have long been expressed: it went so fast. It seems like a cliché, the 50th…
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How Many of These 1960s Dances Do You Remember? (Including Vintage Videos!)
2 weeks ago

How Many of These 1960s Dances Do You Remember? (Including Vintage Videos!)

By  •  Lifestyle

As women who grew up in the 1960s, dance has been a part of our lives since the very beginning. But, if I’m right, most of us haven’t had a chance to see our favorite 1960s dances performed – let alone put on our dancing shoes and try them ourselves – for many years. Read More

5 Ways to Make Your Life Story More Exciting… Including Time Travel in a Hot Tub
3 weeks ago

5 Ways to Make Your Life Story More Exciting… Including Time Travel in a Hot Tub

We have lived many lifetimes and have so many stories. But sometimes stories elude us. We can’t think of even one. No worries, here are five ways to launch your story. Browse an album of photographs from your past…
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6 Reasons to Attend Your 40th Class Reunion
1 month ago

6 Reasons to Attend Your 40th Class Reunion

Do you attend class reunions or avoid them? I have friends who regularly organize class reunions and other friends who wouldn’t go even if they were paid to attend. I’ve been on both sides – eagerly attending some reunions and dismissing others. Read More

Sometimes We Grow Up, Sometimes We Just Grow Old: The Other Side of High School Reunions
2 months ago

Sometimes We Grow Up, Sometimes We Just Grow Old: The Other Side of High School Reunions

By  •  Lifestyle

A few mornings ago, Margaret Manning tossed down the gauntlet, gently as ever, for all of us to consider how our last high school reunion went. That is, of course, for those of us who chose to attend…
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10 Things from Your Childhood that You Should Start Doing Again in Your 60s
2 months ago

10 Things from Your Childhood that You Should Start Doing Again in Your 60s

Do you remember playing as a child? Without work or obligations, you were free to wander around, use your imagination and indulge in things just for the sake of doing them. Play was relaxing and fun and brought joy to your days. Read More

6 Insights I Picked Up on My 51st Class Reunion
3 months ago

6 Insights I Picked Up on My 51st Class Reunion

By  •  Lifestyle

My high school class is not one of the those who have regular reunions. We had one 10 years after graduation, then nothing. So, I was surprised – and delighted – to get an invitation to celebrate…
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Where Were You When America Put an Astronaut on the Moon?
3 months ago

Where Were You When America Put an Astronaut on the Moon?

By  •  Travel

The moon landing in July 1969 was a singular moment in American history. During a very tumultuous decade, rife with unrest and tragedy, the moon landing stands as one of the few positive moments in the late 60s…
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Embracing Memories of the Distant Past: A Way to Stay Connected to a World Long Gone
3 months ago

Embracing Memories of the Distant Past: A Way to Stay Connected to a World Long Gone

When Notre Dame was severely damaged by a massive fire recently, all the world mourned. In one sense, it ‘belonged’ solely to Paris or, perhaps, to France. But in another sense, it belonged to all of us…

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Arranging Family Photos in Your Senior Years Can Bring a New Perspective and Purpose to Your Life
4 months ago

Arranging Family Photos in Your Senior Years Can Bring a New Perspective and Purpose to Your Life

For most of my life, I looked at family photos as most others did – they were little snippets of time. I would pick up a few envelopes of prints and flip through the 20 or 36 photos inside…
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