“Oh, wow!” According to his sister, and reported in The New York Times, those were the words Steve Jobs exclaimed just before he died. Is it possible to discover that “Wow!” earlier in life? Could aging connect to that “Wow!”, offering something we need? Have we gotten too arrogant or controlling to realize that aging has something to teach us?

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The Real Cost of All That Free Time
by Dave Cuzzolina

Money issues surrounding retirement deserve all the attention they get. But life issues, caused by radical lifestyle changes, can also jeopardize retirement happiness and deserve a level of scrutiny many fail to apply.

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Truth, Justice and the American Way
by Skye Moody

Ever been to prison? I have, many times, seated among a group of male lifers, murderers mostly, in a maximum-security room at Leavenworth Penitentiary in Washington State. The lifers were unshackled, and each held a powerful weapon in their hands. That weapon was a pencil. Read More

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And Fashion for All
by Carol Pearson

Her steely eyes seemed to dare the cameras to look away as Jan de Villeneuve strode down the runway during London’s 2017 Fashion Week. The 72-year-old model’s chic silver bob set off the dark, rich look of the faux fur she wore to beautiful effect. Read More

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