As you enter your 50s or 60s, staying fit is all uphill, especially for exercise-haters. We have a decision to make: keep doing the same thing and decline, or work harder to hold our position. Your brain agrees that you have to do something different, but your body may say, “no thanks.”
If you have a genetic risk for developing Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), research presented at the Alzheimer’s Association Annual Conference in July gives some hope.
As more family members pass on, I feel the loss of their stories. We think we’ll remember the tales we heard as children, but we often don’t.
Entrepreneurs over age 50 are the most likely to succeed with their new business. Years of experience, combined with more savings, give the midlife business owner an advantage over the twenty-somethings who get most of the media exposure. It makes sense to create a side hustle to supplement your day job to protect against sudden […]
There’s a big difference between reading social media updates and reading a book. It’s like taking the escalator instead of the stairs. Surface reading, skimming, and link-clicking all take away the ability to focus our complete attention. Deep reading is a cognitive activity that could affect the way you age. People who read books may […]
I don’t love cooking. “What’s for dinner?” is one of my least favorite questions. Do I not care about food, or am I just lazy? Probably a little of both. My dream is to have a Jetson’s kitchen where you tell Alexa to produce dinner.