Tag Archives: Contributions of women

Watching Real Beauty

Guest post by Laverne H. Bardy whose humorous, often irreverent, slant on life in general, and aging in particular, draws a large readership. She has been syndicated with Senior Wire News Service since 2004. Her book, How The (Bleep) Did … Continue reading

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Hell: Not on the Map, But I Was There

My pain was more severe than usual one morning, when I discovered I’d been sleeping on a Kentucky Fried chicken wing my daughter had loving attempted to feed me the evening before. Continue reading

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An Easy Way to Improve Gut Health

Did you know that 80% of your immune system is in your intestinal lining where you absorb your food and nutrients? Continue reading

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6 Tips for Avoiding Seasonal Depression

Instead of throwing in the towel and hibernating for winter, I will be using these simple tricks to beat the cold weather blues and start looking on the bright side. They could help you do the same! Continue reading

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Camping: Not for Sissies

Well, actually, I only thought I was miserable. Real misery didn’t rear its ugly head until the wee hours of the night when I found myself wandering blindly through the frightening darkness, in a torrential storm, in search of some godforsaken Public Pee House. Continue reading

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Don’t Count Me Out

She had danced to the Charleston and to Swing, and was courted by handsome young men in Model T Fords and Buick Roadmasters. Continue reading

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The World Is Your Oyster

  Hi Akaisha and Billy, Boy, I sure needed to see your e-mail and  the following statement as I’ve been retired (age 57) for a year now and am feeling quite lost not knowing what to do with my life.  … Continue reading

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Power-Purpose-Direction with Yoga

Yoga is not a religion, it is based on science. Think anatomy, biology, physiology, philosophy, and psychology. Continue reading

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Aging: Not All Fun and Games

He cocked his head. “Oh? That’s good to know. You’re very marketable, you know.” What a strange way to express a compliment, I thought.
Then he added, “You do still drive at night, don’t you? I know a number of men I’m certain would be interested in you, but none of them drive after dark.” Continue reading

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STRESS: the one thing you WANT to leave behind when traveling

Abigail and I were traveling to Sicily to visit a friend for 8 days. We couldn’t be more excited! When we arrived, our bags didn’t. Not one of them. Continue reading

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