Aging: Owning Your Journey with Some Timely Tips

Aging is an incremental and profound process that we all experience. And yet, it’s also a process that we tend to be in denial about.  In denial, that is, until some change makes our aging undeniable! But being proactive about accepting and adapting to our aging makes each day easier and more 

Aging: Find Time to Appreciate the Process with 5 Timely Tips

Aging.  What images come to mind when you hear that word?  Do you embrace it?  Try to deny it? How does the idea of aging fit into your world? Having just celebrated a birthday a couple of weeks ago, I’ve been reflecting on aging:  my own, and the aging process in general.

Finding Time to Age Gracefully

Finding time to age gracefully is a goal for many of us who are Baby Boomers or beyond.  Is this something that’s on your mind?  We each respond in our own, unique ways to the developmental changes that we encounter.  However, with such large numbers of us hitting particular milestones at the same time, there’s…

Find Time to Factor in the Changes as You Age

Finding time to manage the changes we all experience as we navigate the developmental stages of living involves a constant process of recognition and adjustment as we age.  It’s a process that brings great rewards, because it keeps us in sync with ourselves; and it can be particularly important as we move into middle age…

Find Time to Adjust to Aging – Just Ask Paula!

Finding time to get everything done is always a challenge.  And it’s a challenge that can be heightened as we adjust, each of us, to our own aging processes. How do you adjust to aging?  Is it an issue that you grapple with? Here’s a timely question that we recently received from Martha J. in…

Find Time to Greet Your Aging and Avoid 3 Time Traps!

Finding time to greet the transitions of aging is a topic that many who write about time will tend to shy away from. Ours is not a culture that is welcoming of the aging process.  And that’s understandable, as wrapped in our aging is our mortality.  But denial never helps.  And in reality, there are…