What Does “Age Well” Mean to You? Three Tips to Get You Prepared for Retirement
I often hear people say they want to age well, but what does that mean? For some, it means they want to maintain their independence as long as possible. Others, it is the desire to stay socially active and engaged in their community. Another group aspires to maintain good health and vitality. And then of […]
Rooms with a Use
Do you have fond memories of the dinner parties and family gatherings you used to enjoy in your formal dining room? You would set the table with your China and polished silver and host your friends and loved ones around a wonderful meal. Nowadays, people are not entertaining like they used to. The formal dining […]
Have you Been Pickled?
Kitchen Sink, Dill, Dead Paddle, Pancake, Poach, and the dreaded…. Pickled! Sounds more like a mishap in the kitchen or a recipe gone bad, than one of the crazy popular sports on the rise called Pickleball. Over 4.8 million people have played at least once. Drop in one night at Bobby Riggs Racket and Paddle […]
The Five Pillars of Courageous Living: A Manifesto “Courage empowers us to heal the past, stand in the present and shape the future.” —Ken Druck, Ph.D. Courageous Living is a movement devoted to helping each of us craft a vision for the life we choose to lead. Whether we’re just setting out on life’s journey, […]
Aging Well Magazine is Here!
Our first issue of Aging Well Magazine landed in San Diego this week (February 2023), and we’re thrilled to share a digital copy with our web readers. Aging Without Limits The Aging Well concept sprung out of the need to live and age better than our friends and family that have gone before us. We’re […]