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Should Aging In Place Actually Be Called Aging In The Right Place?

By Susan Williams During the Atlantic’s conference called the The New Old Age there was a session on Aging In Place. One of the panelists, an author named Ellen Pope challenged the term Aging in Place and whether it should really be called Aging In The Right Place. This got me thinking.

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Why the Language We Use For Aging Matters

By Susan Williams Recently there was a media buzz around the fact that Allure Magazine was no longer going to use the term “anti-aging”. In their announcement about this change the magazine made an excellent point on why they made the shift – “language matters”. And it really does. So...

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A Possible Reason Baby Boomers Haven’t Saved Enough For Retirement

By Susan Williams There has been a flurry of articles lately about how financially ill prepared baby boomers are for retirement. In a post on Business Insider they reported; “According to a Legg Mason Investment Survey, US baby boomers — defined as ages 53 to 71 by Legg Mason —have...

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Aging Superstars – Do They Promote Inspiration or Inadequacy?

By Susan Williams They are out there. Some amazing older people doing some amazing things. These aging superstars are definitely not sitting around in their rocking chairs reminiscing about the good ol’ days. They are out there actively living them now. Here are just a few examples; There’s a 94...

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The Invisibility Complex of A Baby Boomer

The Invisibility Complex of A Baby Boomer

Posted in Blog, Commentary

By Susan Williams Have you ever been in a room where someone was talking about you but they don’t seem to acknowledge that you’re there? Typically if this happens to me, I say something like “I can hear you“. What’s been interesting is that over the last few weeks...

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JFK at 100: An Unfulfilled, Yet Still Valuable, Vision

By Dave Price It doesn’t seem possible, but if President John F. Kennedy were alive, he would be turning 100 at the end of this month. In one of America’s most altering moments, President Kennedy was assassinated on a sunny day in Dallas in November, 1963. But more than...

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