By Bill Lowe 2020 has been a year of firsts. We're fast approaching another first — a presidential election during
Do you view aging as a spiritual journey as well as a physical one? Spirituality can help older individuals approach aging in a meaningful, positive way.
Kicking the habit can save you from various types of cancer, lung disease, heart attacks and strokes. The actual act of quitting takes a great deal of time, patience and willpower.
Recently, I took a course that focused on life writing and was surprised by the therapeutic benefits it offered. For me, life writing felt a lot like journaling, and I found it to be exceptionally reflective.
The idea of naps got me searching for any positive health benefits or evidence to help me justify inserting naps in my weekly schedule. I found some interesting information.
1. Type and edit text in a word processing program, such as Microsoft Word. This is what you should learn first. You need to be able to type to do most activities on the computer.
I almost paid $95 to obtain software that would allow me to work from home and essentially double my income. I trusted my mother and her source, and then I trusted the MSNBC website, but they all turned out to be bogus.
Each week, I applaud my grandmother for attending a local exercise class. Though the social aspect is the draw, the benefit is a healthier self. Recently, I was given the chance to observe the class and interview her instructor Al Schmidt, an entertaining man with a passion for staying fit.
Recent scientific discoveries have uncovered a host of peculiar habits that are now deemed good for your health. Behaviors such as surfing the web, chewing gum, or simply looking through old photos have been proven to improve some aspects of your health.
A recent survey released by AARP finds that 90% of grandparents believe they play an important role in their grandchildren’s lives. Based on this survey’s results, it appears their assumptions might be right on target.