People across the US and the world are living longer, healthier lives. But we’re still marginalizing and minimalizing our Older population in spite of that. This week, we meet Changing the Narrative and what they’re doing to address the negative stereotypes in a variety of ways, including their anti-ageist birthday cards. Dig in with us on this important issue this week!
This week, we’re introducing you to explorer and author of The Blue Zones Dan Buettner, review some of his delicious Blue Zones recipes, and get you back to loving it all with some amazing cookware. Learn how you might increase your life expectancy by a happy and healthy 10-15 years.
If you’re single, I know it can be a bit overwhelming to dip your toe back into dating if you haven’t been on a date in a couple of…decades. That’s why we love Our Time because it’s easy to use! We also take a look at Susan Bratton‘s Relationship Magic, where she encourages us to explore our own feelings to develop the relationships we want.
This week we’re exploring the Japenese secret to a long and healthy life – our Ikigai. Learn to unlock simple secrets and the practical tools to discover your own. If you want to meet your new happiness goals, a bullet journal might just be the option for you!
Economic insecurity is real amongst older Americans. To help people get control of their finances, the NCOA created the Savvy Savings Seniors Toolkit. We also highlight the YNAB app to help you stay on top of your finances. None of us never want to run out of money. Take control of your financial freedom.
You have to stay fit to stay active, so we’re taking a look at some of our favorite at-home exercise equipment specific for olders. And if you’re serious about following through on your resolutions, you need to meet Atomic Habits.