After we lose a loved some of us withdraw because we’re “not very good company”. We are depressed and lonely and people [...]
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I first read about this uniquely Japanese system of mutual care support called Fureai Kippu or "Caring Tickets" in a book on [...]
As a child I remember parties both inside and outdoors, weaving between the grownups legs chasing my cousins and friends. Making a [...]
Although I’ve been hearing about my friend’s “green burials” and alternatives to cremation for a number of years it's just lately I've [...]
“We’re the only club event in the world where someone was rushed to hospital because they’d forgotten to take their drugs." “When [...]
I recently received an invitation to an OpenLab webinar series about innovative approaches to aging-in-place. The first, “Taking Charge: New models for [...]
Downsizing, decluttering, whatever you call ridding your life of excess stuff, not only frees your space up it frees your time Margareta [...]
In March of 2016 while visiting family in Sebastopol California I dropped by Petaluma Avenue Homes, a Cohousing project featured in a [...]
This month I, along with 14 other Unitarian congregants, visited Hamilton Ontario’s Baba Budha Ji Gursikh Temple. I had no idea I was [...]
Are you old enough to remember when people were not so lonely? Do you recall when things changed? Many of us older [...]