We Don’t Have To Make Perfect Decisions

Many of us sit on the fence about important decisions in our lives because we’re afraid of living with the consequences of making a wrong choice. We won’t make perfect decisions all the time, and we don’t have to. It’s been said that there are no wrong decisions, only different lessons to learn and different… [Continue..]

Keep Up Rather Then Trying To Catch Up

The world around us is changing so rapidly, it can be overwhelming to say the least. But make an effort to stay on top of information, technology, styles and trends. Keep up rather then trying to catch up or worse…get left behind. Find a friend, family member, co-worker or even a consultant to help you.… [Continue..]

Is Retirement Bad for Your Health?

Some of us may have heard stories of people who die within a year of retirement. In the modern world, the word “retirement” is being redefined and can mean a new beginning for many rather than the beginning of the end. There is an expression that says the day you stop living is the day… [Continue..]

Follow Your Heart, the Rest Will Work Itself Out

Many people have quoted Steve Jobs over the last few years: “Your time is limited so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. ” But here’s the rest of the quote: “Don’t be trapped by dogma which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out… [Continue..]

Jump Start Your Life and Live Fully.

Personal growth/change is hard and even painful at times…at least at first. On the surface it seems easier to stay put in whatever comfortable or uncomfortable rut you might be in. But “staying put” dulls your senses, slows your life force, and zaps your confidence. So learn something new, take a risk, make a big… [Continue..]

Don’t Let Fear Hold You Back

Fear is always part of the equation when you’re stretching yourself, growing. And the bigger the goal, the bigger the fear. Think of it as growing pains. Knowing this, acknowledge it, face it, and embrace it. Then move through it, around it, or with it. Just don’t let fear hold you back and stop you… [Continue..]

Learning Keeps You Young.

I often hear adults use excuses not to further their formal education such as, “It won’t help my career.” or “I plan to retire soon.” or “I’m out of the job market so why bother?” In truth, higher education may or may not directly impact your career. But there’s an even more important reason to… [Continue..]

Focus on Living Fully

I encounter many people, especially those over 50, who are fixated on the end of their life. They start to hold back, slow down, resist and reject life experiences because they think, “How much more time do I have?” or “I‘m too old.” That approach to life is a terrible waste of the precious time… [Continue..]

Give Light and Be Uplifted in the Process

When my husband was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis years ago, needless to say we were both devastated. It felt like a dark cloud had descended on us and blocked out all the light. We began attending support groups and educational meetings to learn more about the disease along with coping mechanisms. We eventually began to… [Continue..]

Prescription Safety: How To Store and Dispose of Your Medications

How and where you store your medication has an impact of its ability to help you get better. Follow these timeless tips to stay healthy and safe. Most medication, whether prescription or over the counter, should be stored in a cool, dry place. Heat and moisture can impact its effectiveness and safety. Though convenient, the… [Continue..]