From the monthly archives: February 2012

There are two fundamental questions that most of us, ultimately, want to know the answer to:  The first is “Who am I?”  The second is “How shall I live?”  the primary questions that have been asked of leaders and elders throughout history, in the end, refer to these two questions.

A “year of living […]

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The center for disease control reports that among people 65 years and older, falls are the leading cause of injury deaths and the most common cause of nonfatal injuries and hospital admissions for trauma. Each year in the United States, nearly one third of older adults experience a fall.  The majority of falls occur […]

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The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) 50+ Housing Council’s Best of 50+ Housing Awards program is the industry’s most prestigious national awards program honoring excellence in building, design and marketing of housing for boomers and beyond.

The Best of 50+ Housing Awards are viewed by the […]

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In sailing, the technique used to move upwind (or against the wind) is called “tacking”.  Although tacking is actually a combination of vector mathematics and boat design, to most of us, it refers to the concept of making forward progress by zigzagging rather than moving forward directly. For adult children helping their parents transition from […]

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Just Do It!

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I can’t begin to count the many times I have heard retirees speak optimistically of the day when, “I promised myself, now that I am retired, I will dedicate myself to the task of sitting down and writing a book – a book which will contain accounts of family history, pleasant memories and anecdotes […]

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