Reading, and especially reading every day, provides us with numerous benefits, from simple entertainment to creating new synapses in our brains and helping with communication.
Novelty is good for us. It excites our brains and helps them grow stronger and more resilient.
Tranquillity and calm by the end of this year. What an aim! These states are implied in the word ‘serenity’, my catchword for 2019.
I’m a grandmother blogger, and love the title. There’s a growing band of women who are happy to claim the status of grandmother blogger.
Social media, and my participation, challenges me in positive ways, as many readers of this blog already know.
The practice of naming a word for the year appeals to me, rather than making resolutions that are too easy to break.
Aches pains and illnesses are number one topics of discussion for some older people. We have a responsibility to get over ourselves.
My idea of blogging for fun worked wonderfully for a while. But at the beginning of this year it met an extreme challenge . Hoping to improve my blogging skills and also to build a bigger audience, I joined one of Amanda Kendle’s Blogging Mastermind groups. Mastermind? Me? I don’t think so!
Multipotentialites unite! A discussion this morning on Facebook about multipotentiality caused my heart to sing.
Juggling time takes practice. It denotes a degree of maturity as well as a degree of skill. However, the skills can easily slip away if not maintained and practised after retirement. I’m wondering if they can ever be fully restored. Most of my adult life demanded complex skills for juggling time. As a nurse I learned to …