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What’s the difference between the day before your birthday and the day after?  Practically speaking, nothing at all.  Whether you’re turning 30, 40, 50, 65, or 90, there’s no reason to assume you’re doomed to decline after a certain age — especially if you’re doing everything you can to stay healthy and active.

The following […]

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Let’s get this straight.

Your home is your biggest asset.

“Asset: noun 1.a useful and desirable thing or quality”

So……. to remain useful if mobility is reduced or as a safe place to get care is a good strategy for preserving this significant asset for anyone getting […]

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In Defense of Plan B

On October 22, 2012 By

In popular language, ‘Plan B’ is used to mean a reserved, secondary plan, in case a first plan (typically ‘Plan A’) fails. In short, Plan B is second best. I think Plan B gets a bad rap; there is a lot to be said for Plan B.

Take the client whose house sells more quickly than expected, […]

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I have been training in the gym 3 to 4 days a week for the about 17 years and competing at a national and international level for 12 to 15 years. If there is one thing I have learned, it’s the power of being proactive with fitness-related muscle aches and pains. I am not a […]

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You can’t eliminate all disagreements and uncomfortable situations with your parents, but you can often resolve conflicts and make your relationships run more smoothly, if you just know how!  The following ten tips will help you avoid butting heads with your aging loved ones.

 Start early. 

There are some issues that almost […]

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About 2 weeks ago, a dedicated drug free powerlifting competitor tested positive for afaafad, an International Powerlifting Federation banned substance. The positive test shocked the close nit lifting community and the lifter himself!

How could an experienced veteran, who has trained religiously for 15 years, is adamantly against drugs, at the peak of his […]

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Not to be a spoilsport…but ‘age-friendly cities’ aren’t. US News Money ran an article this week about ‘aging in place’ – what a great idea, but…  Adding the ‘but’ is a correct assessment — senior-friendly communities don’t really resonate as two words in the same sentence, although I suppose that is depending on whether […]

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