Category: Mindset

According to the AARP, 51 percent of people over 75 live alone. That’s 15 million people in the U.S., including 27 percent over 65. Of those numbers, 26 percent face an increased risk of death due to subjective feeling of loneliness.…

Many of us are content in our everyday lives. We go for walks in the park, help with the grandkids, or sip on tea or coffee in the local coffee shop. And that’s great. We all need those peaceful moments.…

I’ve had a blind faith in The Man Upstairs for a long time. I grew up small-town Catholic but knew little about the Bible. Catholics have Catechism, not Bible study. We did not have nuns. We were lucky to share…

The cloudy twilight sky was an eerie smoky orange. It felt otherworldly and matched my mood. I’ve had a spate of challenges and losses of late. I clicked on a video of Margaret Manning on Sixty and Me. She was…

Smile if you have made New Year’s resolutions in the past. Now smile again if you have kept them all year. It is truly difficult to keep those ‘promises’ going for an entire year, isn’t? That was me until 3…

Are you in your retirement or empty-nest years, wondering what a happy, full life looks like from this point on? There are a lot of factors that may be holding you back from living a life full of essence, especially…

They say that life in retirement is all about “taking is easy.” They say that we are stuck in our ways, resistant to change and a drain on society.  They say that we are destined for loneliness and social isolation,…

I have found holidays can be stressful at any age, but for me they are especially so as I tend to over obligate and take little care of myself. The whirlwind of shopping, events, family, cooking, crafts, travel and other…

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