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Finding Your Tribe – The Story of the Buckettes

By Susan Williams Who is in your tribe? Who are the people you go to when you need friendship, support or comfort? There is a reason why this is so important. There is strong evidence of the benefits of having a supportive social network as we age. In fact,...

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The Relationship Between Sleep and Alzheimer’s Disease

By Susan Williams How much sleep do you get each night? Is it more then 6 hours? There are some reasons that this is important. Especially when it comes to your brain health and your risk for Alzheimer’s Disease. In the following TedTalk given by sleep scientist Matt Walker,...

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The Search For The Fountain (Or Pill) Of Youth

By Susan Williams We often hear reference to the Fountain Of Youth. A mythical fountain that if you drank the water, your youth, vitality and health would be restored. But what if this fountain of youth was actually a pill? Would you take it? There are certain things we...

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That Dull Feeling – Could It Be Ambiguous Loss?

By Susan Williams By all accounts, I could be considered one of the lucky ones during this pandemic. My family is all safe and well, I have work that I enjoy and lots of friends to chat with either through phone calls, video or even actually meeting them (while...

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Shifting Your Retirement Plans In A Pandemic

By Mike Drak I just learned that my annual fly fishing trip to the George in northeastern Quebec will not happen and I’m not very happy about that. The George River is the place where I recovered from “Sudden Retirement Syndrome” and it has become my go to place...

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Wearing A Mask – It’s Not About You, It’s About Us

By Susan Williams If someone told you that you could help save a life and it would only cause you a little personal discomfort would you do it? I really can’t imagine that anyone would say no. So why is it such a big deal to wear a mask in...

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