AGING VS THRIVING

AS MANY OF YOU KNOW, I like intense intermittent exercise. I can get much of the value of longer exercise episodes in fifteen minutes. Since the body likes habit and routine, High Intensity Interval Training is a way to keep … Read More

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INTERMITTENT FASTING

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Today is Tuesday. It is 6:15 AM. I will exercise for thirty minutes and clean up, go to work. At noon I will meditate for 20 minutes, using my preferred method, Autogenic Training.(You can download the script at http://enjoylifebook.com/free-downloads.) I … Read More

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DO YOU WANT TO LIVE TO 120?

My granddaughter Lily is almost three. She has gotten excited about being scared. She wants her parents to tell her scary stories, and when she comes to visit, she wants me to be a “Tickle Monster.” That means I hold … Read More

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The Betrayal of Retirement

I once bought a BMW. It was a 1988 325 model, or as a real Bimmer fan would say, an E-30 Three Series. It was a sturdy and practical vehicle, with a robust six cylinder engine, a solid five-speed transmission … Read More

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The Age of Narcissus

I was at my doctor’s office, getting an annual checkup, and he asked what I wanted. I said I want to live to be 125 in excellent health. He looked askance at me and shook his head. I thought, “This … Read More

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A Small Medicare Solution?

Now I have officially joined the Elderly (that is, I am now a geezer) and am forced to carry a Medicare card, I wonder what I should do to help my fellow Baby Boomers. We are told by all responsible … Read More

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AARP is not the Baby Boomer’s Friend

AARP is no friend to Baby Boomers I saw a TV ad from AARP, a grim gray man, squared jaw, warning politicians that there are 50 million of us old geezers, and they had better keep their hands off Medicare … Read More

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