For older adults, moving to a senior living community — with no home maintenance, cooking or cleaning responsibilities — can be incredibly liberating. For their adult children, however, the move itself can be overwhelming and emotionally fraught: What do you do when you have aging parents with lots of stuff they no longer want or need? To learn more, CLICK HERE.
“Aging is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.”
A surprising number of things get better with each passing year: whiskey, blue jeans, leather boots, cheese, wine, antiques, trees and friendships. You know something else that gets better with age? You. Think about it. If you agree that your favorite blue jeans get better and better every time you put them on, that may be because you’re overlooking the negatives. The faded color. The thinning patches of material. The same is true for adding another candle to your birthday cake. You can either think about the negative stereotype of getting older — aches, pains and slowing of some cognitive functions — or you can embrace the positive stereotypes of aging. To find out nine things that get better with age, CLICK HERE.