Monthly Archives: March 2016

Bruce Springsteen in concert

You’re As Old As You…Do?

We’ve all heard the expression, “You’re as old as you feel.” Well, this morning I’m giving Methuselah a run for his money. But only last night it was 19 all over again. What, or should I say who, was responsible for this miraculous four decade

graphic image of two people shaking hands

Managing Mentorship Expectations is Key

Let’s take a look at this word “mentorship.” It’s pretty straightforward, right? Helping to guide someone else toward success. Or is that more the role of a coach? Instructing another as they acquire new skills. Or is that really what a teacher does, just with

Senior Wellness boaters

Wellness Wednesday – Health Tip Roundup

This week’s WW roundup features three articles dealing with health issues that most of us will encounter at some point, or in the case of this first one about lessons learned from nonagenarians, aspire to experience for ourselves! Healthy life lessons from 90-year-olds How do you

gloved fingers place test tubes in health technology

Tech Tuesday – Good and Bad of Health Technology

Technological advances are a great boon to helping seniors stay healthy – except when they’re not. Today’s Tech Tuesday roundup features two articles about a couple of exciting sci-tech breakthroughs….and one cautionary bit of advice about being careful which health related apps we choose. First up: a report