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Predictions For A 200 Year Long Life

By Susan Williams When I was a kid, I remember watching Willard Scott on the Today Show wishing centenarians across America happy birthday. Back then it seemed like living to 100 years old was a really, really long time. Fast forward to today and there are more centenarians living...

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Creating Your Legacy

By Susan Williams As we get older it’s hard not to consider what we will be remembered for after we’re gone. Rick Weijo knows this first hand. The birth of his granddaughter caused him to reflect on his own life and legacy and propelled him to write the book Remember...

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The Elder-Boom – Welcome To Our New Reality

By Susan Williams Many people believe that our aging population is due primarily to the large co-hort of baby boomers heading quickly to old age. And yes, this is a significant contributor. But what many people don’t realize is that this is the just the beginning of an elder-boom.

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Older for Longer? Or Younger for Longer? The Choice is Ours

By Gary Allen Foster Chances are pretty good that you may live 20 or more years longer than your parents. If you hit 65 without major illness, you have a better than even chance you will live to 90 or beyond. So the prospect of 25-30 more years beyond...

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Check This Out – Lives Well Lived

By Susan Williams What stories and wisdom do your family members have to share? That’s exactly what motivated Sky Bergman to develop and direct the film Lives Well Lived. As she watched her 99 year old grandmother work out at the gym, she thought she had better film this as...

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Aging Solo – 5 Important Things To Do Right Now

By Joy Loverde If you are living solo, you are not alone. Millions of people currently fall into the category of separated, divorced, widowed, or never married. As life goes on, anyone can end up aging alone with no known family member or surrogate to act on our behalf. Plus,...

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