What’s good for your brain? Get ready to smile…
Facing ourselves – and the future – when we care for our elders.
Imagine my surprise when last evening on Anderson Cooper 360, one of my fave journalists put the final flourishes on his show by talking about getting “punched in the face” – to look younger. That is to say that Cooper’s Ridiculist described a Thai tradition which has recently made the news. It was the subject […]
It’s versing to surrender, I must say. To the eccentric, wacky willful stage. Bag Lady, cats and hats – but not the gray! Alas, this flailing, flaunting facing age! With ready thoughts and tricks to just say yes, To voicing my opinions, no holds barred. So what if my persona is a mess! Must stifling […]
We age if we’re fortunate. How do we up the likelihood of aging well and living fully?
Thoughts on politics as the middle age segment swells.
Thank you, Women’s Voices for Change, for the shout-out to Emmy Award-winning actor Jane Lynch and her 2012 commencement speech at Smith College. It’s a funny and inspiring twenty minutes (see below), filled with humor and smarts from this multi-talented dynamo. I strongly recommend that you watch and listen, not only enjoying Ms. Lynch’s wit, […]
Dear Me, I don’t want to do what I don’t want to do. But I do. I know. It’s called responsibility. It’s called adulthood. Sometimes, it’s called survival. But if I only do what I don’t want to do, I’m tired and I’m cranky; my imagination stalls and my hopelessness fills out its contours all […]
On moving, on thinking, on perspectives for our times.
Dr. Barbara Corkey, fighting the good fight in the war on obesity.