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Will You Be a Super-Ager?: Tips You Can Apply Now to Improve Your Odds

What is a Super-Ager? Staying mentally capable for our entire lives is an issue that most adults are interested in. The good news is that, in recent years, research into aging has expanded to include the exploration of what is different about those who still have the sharp memory of… Read More ›

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Ageism Strikes Hard In The Age Of Covid-19

Do you have a parent or other loved one in a skilled nursing facility or a senior housing community (independent living, assisted living, memory care, and continuing care retirement communities)? If so, it’s a challenging and even frustrating time, isn’t it? The facility where your loved one resides is probably… Read More ›

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Seven Ways to Retire Like a ‘Rock Star’

When my son was a teenager, his favorite groups to listen to were many of the bands that I grew up listening to; Def Leppard, Foreigner, Boston, Kansas, Queen, the Beatles, etc.  And he wanted to see these bands, or what is left of them, live.  As he explained it… Read More ›

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The Importance of Keeping Your Mind & Body in Motion

“You are only as old as you feel” they used to say, and while there is some still truth to this statement, it turns out that it might be more accurate to say, “You are only as old as you think”. Recent studies have indicated that the secret to a… Read More ›

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Being “Fit” in Retirement

When planning for retirement, have you planned to do anything other than being financially “fit”? Complement being financially “fit” with being “fit” emotionally, socially, and physically. Here are some suggestions to help you reach that goal. 1) Plan something to look forward to As with any change, retirement can be… Read More ›

You’re Getting Older AND You’re Still Relevant

The picture below is of my Dad—a paid Actor at 73 years of age—doing his thing at Fort Steele. My Dad has always been performing in one way or the other – singing, playing music, telling jokes, and reciting historical passages or Shakespearean soliloquies – whether or not he had… Read More ›

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Four Tips for Preparing for Retirement

After years of hard work, retirement is a good reward. It’s something everyone looks forward to: a chance to relax, pursue hobbies that you’ve never found time for, or travel. Retirement isn’t the end, but rather the beginning of a new chapter. But how do you adequately prepare for this new… Read More ›

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If You Hate to Exercise, Read This

No matter where we go in the world and talk about Rewiring Your Future, exercise seems to be top of mind. Sometimes it is scary to hear people say they are going to run a marathon, but haven’t done any exercise in years. Yes, we have actually heard this. We always tell people to… Read More ›

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MIND Diet Reduces Alzheimers Risk

Are you worried about your Alzheimer’s Disease risk?  Follow the MIND diet and you may be relieved to know that there is something you can do to cut your risk in half… simply by eating a healthy diet.  Even better, you do not have to be 100% compliant in order to… Read More ›

The Benefits of Music for Baby Boomers

The Benefits of Music for Baby Boomers

Have you ever heard a certain song and been instantly transported to another place and time? Maybe it was your wedding song, and your heart starts to pound remembering the powerful emotions of the day. Maybe it was a song on the radio as you had your first kiss and… Read More ›