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Cellulite: A Rite of Passage

It was obvious that these women were perfectly comfortable in their bodies, had no concern about what others might think, and no interest in concealing who they were. Their indifference and confidence were almost sexy. 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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Slaying the Dragon of Male Menopause

One of the world’s best kept secrets is that men go through a change of life or male menopause. It is called Andropause and normally occurs between the ages of 45-60. Continue reading

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Location Suggestions for Single Retiree?

As far as where to recommend one to retire when they are single, I’m afraid I don’t have any clear answers. But why not try these suggested locations? Continue reading

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Is 61 Too Old to Be a Gypsy?

Are you still traveling and exploring as you did 20 years ago or are you going to slow up on your travels/adventures? Continue reading

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Is Chapala, Mexico the Place for You?

We once rented a beautiful place – spacious, sunny, all new appliances and fit our every need — except one of the neighbors had a yelping uncontrolled dog and she fed 15 feral cats… which made living there very uncomfortable! 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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My Life as an Expat in Chiang Khong

Even 10 or 12 years ago if anyone had suggested I would leave my country of Australia, my home, family, friends and go and live somewhere far, far away from everything familiar to me, I would have laughed and told them they were “barking mad.” Continue reading

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