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How You Doin’? Assessing Your Personal Fulfillment

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by Debi Talbert If you watched the 90’s hit sitcom Friends, you know that the character Joey was famous for his line “How you doin’?” His flirtatious quip was cute and cut to the chase. So, how you doin’? How’s life? Are you feeling fulfilled and intentional with how things are

My, How Things Have Changed!

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The Good Old Days... A friend sent me this post she found online from an anonymous source. Most of these sentiments are from before my time, but I remember my parents made reference to some of them!  How about you? Do you remember them? Did you hear the post office is

3 Tips to Slow Down After a Lifetime of Rushing

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  Award-winning author Lana McAra is the host of “Now It’s My Turn! Where the 50+ woman awakens her spark and en-joys her life” on the Awake TV Network. www.NowItsMyTurn.TV Email:     Beautiful things are everywhere, if we will simply notice. Yesterday, sitting at my desk I looked up to see three ladybugs

Let’s Be Accurate: Moisturizers Don’t Add Water to the Skin


By Fayne Frey, MD - Board Certified Dermatologist Some of my patients seem to think our skin absorbs water from moisturizers. The reality is moisturizers help our skin stay moist by providing an environment that minimizes water loss from the skin.  Things aren't always what they seem. For example: Koala bears aren’t bears. Chinese Checkers

7 Words That Instantly Show Your Age

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By Leslie Farin Sometimes I notice my kids' eyebrows shoot up when I say certain words - words I grew up with and still use without thinking. The blank expressions on their millennial faces clearly show they think I am an old fuddy-duddy. Not that they would know what fuddy-duddy means.  7

Does Aging Change How Our Medications Work?


by Ellen Blake For many of us, aging means taking more medications than when we were younger. When helping care for my mom over the years, it seemed the list grew larger every year. She, like other seniors, developed new chronic illnesses as she aged which required new and different pills. In

Social Media Overload: How To Take Back Control

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by Stephanie Gonzalez I spoke with a friend the other day who complained about the endless notifications she receives from all her social media apps. This wasn’t a new conversation. I regularly have the same conversation with other friends. Yesterday, MySpace was the place to be online. Today, we may scroll through