Archive for 'For the 50+'
Posted on 12. Dec, 2012 by roffermann.
I recently read an opinion article on a major internet news outlet written by a man that must be very bitter and frustrated with his chosen profession. In the article he was complaining about how he receives manuscripts, and request for advise or to be a mentor from as, he called them, “untalented” people. He […]
Posted on 01. Dec, 2012 by roffermann.
We all feel sad at times. Our sadness may be caused by a scene in a movie, an experience we have with a friend, or the sight of an abandoned pet. There are many things that may cause us to be sad but this sadness is usually temporary and can change to happiness with just […]
Posted on 25. Oct, 2012 by roffermann.
For centuries man has been searching for ways to become young again. Ponce Deleon searched for the fountain of youth. Later in history, snake oil salesmen peddled “magic cures” for ageing and other maladies. Today we have an abundance of marketing coming at us from the TV, radio, magazines and the internet claiming that there […]
Posted on 18. Oct, 2012 by roffermann.
When we start on the path of a healthy nutrition and fitness plan there are many things to take into account as you prepare to get started. Things like what program to do? Will I need additional or new equipment? Do I need a gym membership? Will I need to buy special foods or supplements? […]
Posted on 10. Oct, 2012 by roffermann.
There are many experiences or life events that have shaped us during our lives. Some of these life events have been good like our first job, our first car, our first love, our first child and so many more things that we hold in our memories and in our hearts. Some have been bad like […]
Posted on 04. Oct, 2012 by roffermann.
As summer gives way to fall and soon fall to winter, does your activity level go down? With the days getting shorter and the nights getting longer and cooler many we tend to want to spend their days and nights in the warmth of their homes enjoying the comfort of a cup of tea or […]
Posted on 26. Sep, 2012 by roffermann.
Fall has arrived in the Northern latitudes. The days are getting shorter, the gardens are about done for the year, the kids are back I school, the leaves are turning color and starting to drop. Many are putting away the camping gear, the boat, the bikes and all things summer. Fall can be a wonderful […]
Posted on 19. Sep, 2012 by roffermann.
When we think of Alzheimer’s disease, we think of a condition that affects the elderly. The onset of this debilitating disease not affects the patient but the family who has to stand by and watch as they watch as their loved one slowly slips away. The truth is Alzheimer’s is a continuum of illness that […]