How Playing Santa Can Help You Live Longer

For as long as I can remember, my father has loved playing Santa Claus. Now in his 90s, he still maintains a busy December calendar of charity Santa appearances. And like the jolly old elf himself, he’s continuing to live a productive and fulfilling life well into his golden years. Is there some connection between playing Santa and longevity? Well there– read more about How Playing Santa Can Help You Live Longer –

Take an Ikarian Hour

What’s an Ikarian Hour? My t-shirt pretty well sums in up — “Don’t hurry, be happy”. I just returned from hosting an Active Travel & Longevity Tour of Greece, a total of 10 days (with 6 of those spent on the amazing Eastern Aegean island of Ikaria). And while some of this post may be personal, if– read more about Take an Ikarian Hour –

How Boomers Should Exercise

High intensity interval training. P90X. Crossfit and Orangetheory. When it comes to exercise, these popular routines have their advantages and appeal. If you’re a baby boomer, you might ask yourself if these protocols are appropriate for your body. They’re a little bit like driving a car at high speed. Have an accident, and you may end up– read more about How Boomers Should Exercise –

Something Better than Willpower

There are three requirements that you need to take charge of your health: The Right Mindset Correct Knowledge An Appropriate Plan This post briefly covers the first requirement (mindset). We can break things down further into three more criteria: The Right Mindset Desire to Learn and Take Action Willingness to Start Today Willpower Assuming you’ve got the desire to learn, and assuming– read more about Something Better than Willpower –

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