Examining New and Enduring Relationships
For the fourth year, a group of men and women, ages 65 to 80, gathered for a conversation about life in their stage of life.
By Helen Dennis
The One Draft Mentality
To get good at writing you must first be willing to be bad.
By Ann Sheybani
The Broken Road That Led Me Straight to You
When roadblocks appear on the path you think should be straight and narrow—and unimpeded—trusting the outcome of your journey is the best way forward.
By CJ Golden
Practical Tips When Your Child Graduates ...and Move's Home
What to do when your 2016 graduate, like many others—carrying lots of debt and having little prospect of a full-time job—return home to stay.
By Phyllis & Rosemary Goldberg & Lichtman
On Being A Carrot in God's Garden
A poem scribbled at a poetry slam and then rejected by the author herself has success beyond wildest dreams.
By Barbara McAfee
Creating the Legacy of Your Elderhood
A brush with mortality, aligns the rhythms of a heart—and a life, putting it on a committed path of conscious eldering as a calling and a legacy.
By Ron Pevny
Happiness: The Unexpected Reward of Retirement
A Merrill Lynch survey finds that an overwhelming majority say their life is as good or better than before retirement.
By Staff Writer
I Get There, Eventually
The real adventures of life rarely take place following a planned path. Taking detours lends color to resumes and life.
Wanna Be a Writer? I'm Going to Save You $30,000
While MFA program have merit, you can also learn to writing by writing and reading about the craft. Here's a list to get you started.
'Old Knees' or Old School Diagnosis?
Why did an otherwise competent doctor advise a woman with sore knees to quit running? What can we do to minimize the effects of negative expectations?
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