I was going to say something inspiring about Canticle Farm, but their video says it all. After you watch, please take a minute to visit http://canticlefarm.com. These folks are doing great work, but remember we all have a role in creating a world that works for all. What is yours to do? Canticle Farm from MollyContinue reading “Living Well — Canticle Farm”
I used to hang out online with people who were trying to be live frugally. I always thought I could pinch a penny till it squealed, but some of these people were extreme in their methods as well as the beliefs that were driving them to save as much and spend as little as possible. Continue reading “Eat Well to Live Well”
“Live in rooms full of light. Avoid heavy food. Be moderate in the drinking of wine. Take massage, baths, exercise, and gymnastics. Fight insomnia with gentle rocking or the sound of running water. Change surroundings and take long journeys. Strictly avoid frightening ideas. Indulge in cheerful conversation and amusements. Listen to music. “-A. Cornelius Celsus
In case you don’t know, Bill Novelli is the former CEO of AARP (I had to look it up). This is a very simple, concise answer to the question of how to age well. It also happens to be the truth.
“As parents, we have the responsibility and the power to create a foundational love for nutritious foods that will influence our children’s choices for decades to come, setting the stage for our children, grandchildren, and future generations to flourish in wellness and health.” ― Leah Borski
It surprises me how many people in the over 50 age group, of which I am a member, believe that sickness is a natural and unpreventable part of growing older. Having witnessed family members aging well I know this does not have to be. But to be healthy as we age we need to createContinue reading “Simple Disciplines for Living Well at Any Age”