From the monthly archives: August 2018

A recent study(1) conducted for Northwestern Mutual found one in three Baby Boomers (33%), the generation closest to retirement age, have less than $25,000 in retirement savings. A survey(2) conducted by GoBankingRates found only 23% of Americans over age 55 had saved $300,000 or more for retirement. This age group said the biggest reason for […]

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Living Life Forward has been at the core of my ongoing approach throughout the years while embracing the idea that Focus is Manifestation, or “that which you focus on, you  strengthen.”

I believe everything comes to us for a reason.  It is strange how things and events are linked to each other, leading us along […]

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Never Act Your Age!

On August 16, 2018 By

Dr. Ellen Langer, a Harvard University researcher, conducted a now famous study back in the late seventies. Using older men as subjects, she immersed them in an environment from twenty years earlier. Room trappings were from the fifties. Conversation about fifties-era topics was in the present tense. Recorded radio programs were fifties vintage. This immersion […]

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I know, I know it’s a counter intuitive title and for some it may be right off putting. But of recent I’ve been reminded again that within every cloud there is that sliver of a silver lining.

Sheryl and I (Sheryl being my wife and partner in this Parkinson’s journey) had the opportunity recently […]

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Our website asks the question: Where Will American Art Take You? In response, we’ve put together an occasional series of artful road trips based on staff experiences and artworks in SAAM’s collection.

There are always official set dates on the calendar that tell you a new season has begun, but for me, […]

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Get up! Get outta here! Gone!”

Bob Uecker has a great line. Let’s […]

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As an Orthopod, I began coaching my patients to change their bodies through fitness in order to save their mobility, a key factor in remaining vital and active. What I have learned, however, is that we are not only saving mobility but saving lives!

Taking control of our physical bodies is more than looking good […]

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