Tag Archives: Aging

Do you have too many friends dying young?

I lost both my parents years ago, and my grandparents, aunts and uncles, before that. When you’re a kid and almost everyone you know who dies is “old,” it seems to make sense. Then there was a War – albeit … Continue reading

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Do you feel the time passing as you’re having fun?

In his poem, Fog, Carl Sandburg wrote, The fog comes in on little cat feet. The association’s immediate because most cats are sneaky. They appear on your bed or your lap or your kitchen counter like magic, seemingly out of … Continue reading

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How do you know if your employees are losing their edge?

As the first baby boomers hit age 65, even those of us on the trailing edge of the wave have to admit we are middle-aged. We may be one of the fittest, most ambitious, most highly educated generations to swim … Continue reading

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