Growing up in the 50's and early 60's, we didn't realize how tough we had it. Imagine, no Internet, cell phones, video games or microwave popcorn. Hell, we didn't even have microwave ovens! Suffer along with this baby boomer as he recalls his deprived childhood.
When we are young, we rarely understand the emotional and physical changes we will experience when old. If you know what to expect, you can take steps now to deal with solving some problems the elderly face.
Is it over? Is there life after 60? Can a person achieve goals and dreams after retirement? The answers to these questions and many more are examined here. Journey with me.
Preparing to fall asleep by anesthesia brings sober but interesting thoughts to mind. Read the thoughts of an aging woman on reality, vulnerability, mortality, fallibility and accountability.
We all look forward to that day when we are no longer employed in the work force. Unfortunately, life sometimes take us places that we had not originally anticipated. Take time now to prepare.
Some of the most vital and relevant public health and criminal issues of America in the 21st Century are handled in this Mystery. It should be required reading for many professions and will astound the general public.
The wisdom nuggets I teach best are those extracted from my personal situations. Some of them took years for me to understand. At 65, I begin to share them especially for those who walk behind me.
One of the greatest things about hanging out with the seniors was there humors way of looking at the world. They often told about funny things that happened to them in their life. Here are a few.
Coming home after years of living abroad, it is time to re-establish myself in the neighborhood and re-learn some basic facts. I begin again as a newcomer among new neighbors. It's an adventure.
How to increase memory power is everyone's concern. These suggestions offer the opportunity to work on our memory while we shop, make telephone calls, use passwords and even sing a favorite song.