With the winter season around the corner, and the pandemic spreading ever wider, here are some ideas for virtual activities with the grands! — Read on sixtyandme.com/virtual-activity-ideas-with-grandchildren/
As a concept, social exclusion has considerable potential to explain and respond to disadvantage in later life. However, in the context of ageing populatio — Read on link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10433-016-0398-8
Why Do Most Blogs Fail? – ELENA PETERS | MIDLIFE BLOGGER — Read on elenaopeters.com/2020/10/18/reasons-blogs-fail/amp/
The retirement downsizing myth: No, seniors aren’t moving in droves — and that will affect the housing market | Financial Post — Read on financialpost.com/personal-finance/retirement/the-retirement-downsizing-myth-no-seniors-arent-moving-in-droves-and-that-will-affect-the-housing-market/wcm/ce0b13fa-50ab-43b2-a019-bd18e3e9df86/amp/
From #MeToo and Lean In to open offices and remote work, the workplace has transformed many times over in the past two and half decades. Let’s take a look at how we got here. — Read on http://www.fastcompany.com/90558785/the-25-best-and-worst-work-trends-of-the-past-25-years
Pandemic winter dread is real. Here’s how to conquer it. – Vox — Read on http://www.vox.com/platform/amp/future-perfect/2020/10/14/21508422/winter-dread-covid-19-pandemic-happiness-psychology
I recently sold my condo in Vancouver and moved to Courtenay on Vancouver Island during COVID19. It was a long and tedious process, partly due to COVID19 and partly due to my own fault (imagine that!). I am sharing my experiences in case others are trying to move in this difficult time. There is a… Read More Changing Homes in The Time of COVID19.. What Not To Do.
Social media friends & followers I was curious to put my experiences on social media down on paper as another blogger asked me about posting blogs to different platforms. I have also reflected on the pros and cons of the social media platforms I use. Most of my friends are on Facebook so it is… Read More My Social Media Experiences
I recently sold my condo in Vancouver and moved to Courtenay BC. I although I had stayed in Courtenay for a few weeks last year, I did not realize how noisey and busy it had become compared to paradise. (Hornby Island) Ironically, Vancouver became considerably quieter with Covid-19. Traffic was down by about 80%. Everything… Read More Turning down the heat.
I’ve tried Goodreads and the Vancouver Public Library and gone by the rating scores of the reviewers. Still I end up with books I don’t like. I download books from the VPL but I keep getting books I have read before because I haven’t rated them. So here are some fresher book lists. New York… Read More Summer reading book lists for all tastes..
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Abstract. The current landscape of retirement is changing dramatically as population aging becomes increasingly visible. This review of pressing retirement iss — Read on academic.oup.com/gerontologist/article/58/5/805/3871362 Printed Three Quarter Sleeve Button Neck Blouse
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As protests continue across the U.S. — and the world — one way we can support the movement for justice, equality, and real transformative change for Black people is to take the time to read, listen, and learn more deeply about institutionalized racism in America. You’ll find recent posts by fellow…
Writing and art in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Blogging in the Time of Coronavirus: A Reading List
Now that many people are working from home.. there is an opportunity to downsize your wardrobe. I did this when I retired but it has some relevance for the quarantine wardrobe. It is tempting to hold on to work clothes, but it is at the expense of freeing up room in your closet. A lot… Read More The minimalist retirement wardrobe re-titled Quarantine Wardrobe.
Parking is available and we can see people are starting to break loose. Human remains or left over BBQ? And some ABBA to lift your spirits.
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