Living Arrangements for Older Singles

You’ve heard the saying that nothing is certain in this world except death and taxes. While that may be true, if you’re a woman, chances are good you’re going to spend some of your older years as a single.

One thing nice about aging baby boomers is even if you’re single, that doesn’t mean you have to be alone. [Read more...]

Aging with Distinction – Bill Cosby

If you are a retirement age baby boomer, you probably grew up listening to Bill Cosby on vinyl. We had quite a few of his albums. “Chicken Heart” was one of my favorites as parents wanting a night out leave a child alone with a radio and a vivid imagination. [Read more...]

Be Who You are Meant to be Growing Older

Sunset Cabo for Retirement TravelHappiness is acceptance – I struggle with this one. As a person who has lots of goals and things I want to do, it’s easy to get focused on what’s ahead and make the prize the source of my happiness. I have to constantly reign myself in that it’s about the journey and where I am today. [Read more...]

Find a Mount Massive to Climb

Over the years, I’ve read many articles about slowing down the aging process.  There isn’t any magic pill, or surgical procedure for eternal youth.  There is consistent and solid evidence that getting exercise is the single most important thing we can all do to remain healthy.

Before I proceed, I want to be perfectly clear about my relation to physical activity.  As a child, I was always the last chosen for schoolyard games.  Awkward, clumsy, and not strong, I was never seen as an athletic asset to any team. [Read more...]