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Anything that keeps us curious keeps us young. Whenever we arrange things in a way that strikes us as beautiful or interesting, we are being creative. Making space for creativity keeps our minds active and better able to consider possibilities and combinations that make life interesting!
The Japanese call it an experience, a process of embodiment through the senses and an immersion in the innate healing properties of the forest. Hoping to tap into the magic, Amy Sweezey joined Forest Therapist William Watson to “forest bathe.”
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For as long as he can remember, Willie Spruill loved being active. When a cracked spine and chronic pain sent him into despair, it was a flyer for the North Carolina Senior Games that set him back on a path towards hope and health.
Daniel Pink believes regrets make us human. In fact, he thinks they’re a useful emotional if we use them effectively. Learn how to listen to your regrets in order to live a bolder tomorrow.
Richard Leider is a pioneer in the global purpose movement and the founder of Inventure, a company dedicated to helping people unlock the power of purpose.
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GrandPad has created a product specifically for older adults to take high quality photos and share them with loved ones.
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