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    Welcome to the party.  Here is a sample of some of our witty readers comments. Let's hear from you. What are you thinking about today? Don't be shy, bring on. 12 Valentine’s Day Ideas for a Real Woman Mary P. Shriver's irreverent post " Because, I am not that chick. Because I am not the chick...
    We, who sometimes feel invisible, have the power to make an impact on loneliness. According to our friend Dr. Charlotte Yeh, the morbidity (death factor) associated with loneliness is greater than that of cigarette smoking.Loneliness is not to be confused with being alone. One can be surrounded by people and...
      View this post on Instagram  Sandra Cattaneo Adorno, 65. Age is not a barrier to creativity. With no prior experience, she is given a camera at 60, and by 64 she is an award winning internationally recognized photographer. Read the entire story at AGEIST of how a business woman pivots...
    Anyone can learn most anything in two years. In 4,000 hours of dedicated study you can speak a new language, learn to code, master social media, learn pretty much any new field this side of rocket science and brain surgery. It’s true, you will most likely not be translating Mandarin...

    Swiss Radio

    Swiss Radio interview I was recently interviewed on Swiss radio about my thoughts on Swiss life."If you remove all difficulty and challenge from your life, if you go into a world of total comfort and total luxury, you've also entered the realm of total decay. One of the things I...

    What You Eat

    you are what you eat We have been talking a lot about personal responsibility recently- this includes what you put in body. Getting your food right requires attention, effort and perseverance. You must acquire this knowledge, and then you must diligently apply it. What may dubiously have worked for us 40 years...
    be your own health champion You are the only person who really understands you. This also means that you and only you have full responsibility for your own health. Within some common sensibilities- don’t smoke, stay strong, avoid trans fats- there is no one size fits all prescription. It is...

    Aging Well

    aging well is hard work This week I learned one of my high school classmates, who has also been overweight/obese for decades, has Type 2 diabetes, organ complications and a grim future. I have no knowledge of what has been said between him and his doctors these past decades, but...

    Meditation

    One of the most fascinating and surprising discoveries of AGEIST has been that most of our people have some sort of meditation practice. I have been meditating daily for about 5 years, and had previously half-heartedly been attempting to for about 15 years. In my exploration, I became familiar with...
    why is the wave of change happening now? The last couple of weeks, I have been out speaking and have been regularly asked the same question of “Why now? Why is this new way of living midlife emerging now?” There are many reasons, but here at AGEIST we have identified...