The retirement experience is different for everyone. There are many factors that affect what we do in retirement; health issues, age, finances, the geographical location where we live and family commitments.
It’s hard to imagine that you can communicate with people who have passed away. It doesn’t really compute in the mortal world. Even though I love the movie Ghost, it lacks the trappings of reality.
I put on my bikini, pulled my hair up into a scrunchy, and grabbed my Laura Biagiotti sunglasses. We sat on our plastic lounge chairs and put on lots of baby oil.
Years ago, I grappled with situational depression following a really tough period in my marriage. That was the first time I ever had to deal with it first hand.
Do you remember what year your favorite TV show debuted, your favorite movie came out or when you first danced to your favorite song?
January is National Thyroid Awareness Month. Women over 40 should get their thyroid tested regularly.
We spend years building careers, homes and acquiring things, but how much time do we put into developing our mindsets so we can look at things in a more productive way?
Does anyone do the “Dry January” challenge and feel like it is worth it? I don’t think I will ever give it a try and here are 9 reasons why.
Depression is not something you can just use will power to overcome. It robs you of your will power. It actually affects your thought patterns and thought process.
Why it is hard for some of us to meditate? If you are like me, you always have a lot on your mind and it is hard to turn it off.