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Aging, General

 107 records found

Senior Citizens' Brains by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   November 17, 2019)
Looking at how our brain changes as we age…
Topics: Change Optimal Aging Research Trends Wellness


Being a Senior Today by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   October 6, 2019)
Chagning definitions and experience…
Topics: Change History Lifestyle, General Trends


'It is what it is' by Ken Potts


(My World   September 15, 2019)
The truth behind the phrase…
Topics: Change Communication Language, Meaning Metaphors, Life Lessons Relationships


50th Reunion Spurs Memories by Ken Potts


(Connections   July 21, 2019)
Thoughts of the 'In' crowd…
Topics: Contemplation, Insight Education Friends & Neighbnors Memories Relationships Social Activities


Passing the Torch by Ken Potts


(Connections   April 7, 2019)
Why the older generation must prepare to pass the torch to the young…
Topics: Future Optimal Aging Planning Relationships


Millennial/Xennial by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   December 2, 2018)
A new "micro-generation"?…
Topics: Demographics Relationships Trends


Slow Down As We Age? by Ken Potts


(Health & Wellness   November 6, 2018)
Not necessarily…
Topics: Attitudes Inspiration Optimal Aging Personal Issues Wellness


The Unstoppable Age Wave Referred by Stu Johnson


(Our World   September 7, 2018)
By 2030 seniors will outnumber youth in U.S.…
Topics: Change Demographics Research Trends


Longevity by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   July 1, 2018)
The 'age wave' keeps rolling along…
Topics: Trends


Signs of Aging by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 6, 2018)
Thoughts on my world at 90…
Topics: Personal Stories (Biography/Autobiography) Change Memories


Surviving or Thriving? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   August 20, 2017)
It's not just money…
Topics: Personal Stories (Biography/Autobiography) Family Friends & Neighbnors Hopes & Dreams Learning Lifestyle, General Optimal Aging Relationships Values


Forgetters by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   July 23, 2017)
Recalling the fleeting moments of our lives…
Topics: Memories Memory (failing, improving) Optimal Aging


When a Poet Turns Sixty-Five by Greg Asimakoupoulos


(Rhymes & Reasons   April 22, 2017)
Contemplating a milestone birthday…
Topics: Personal Stories (Biography/Autobiography) Humor Optimal Aging


The Great Brain Robbery by Greg Asimakoupoulos


(Rhymes & Reasons   February 11, 2017)
Reflecting on Tom Brady's missing jersey and my mom's stolen memories…
Topics: Disease Football (American) Health Care Memory (failing, improving) Sports


About Aging by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   July 17, 2016)
Don't underestimate the value of aging…
Topics: Change


The Metallic Years by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 24, 2016)
Feel like complaining? Take time to reminisce…
Topics: Change Memories Optimal Aging


Fading Opportunities by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   March 27, 2016)
Opportunities may fade as we age, but we need not quit dreaming…
Topics: Change Opportunity Optimal Aging


Seniors by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   March 13, 2016)
The words of Walt Whitman remind us that Old Age can be accompanied by grace, force and fascination…
Topics: Change Optimal Aging


Top Ten Wishes for My 50th Birthday by James N. Watkins


(My World   July 9, 2015)
We welcome Jim Watkins as a SeniorLifestyle contributor with this retrospective look at turning 50…
Topics: Personal Stories (Biography/Autobiography) Birthdays & Annivesaries Humor Optimal Aging


Look Out: An Aging Tsunami is Coming! by David Noreen


(Our World   May 30, 2015)
The "silver tsunami" has serious implications for the future…
Topics: Cost of Living Optimal Aging Planning Trends


Senior Seniority by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 17, 2015)
Not only do we wonder what some people do, we also wonder what to call them…
Topics: Language, Meaning


Senior Defined by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   February 22, 2015)
"Senior" has many meanings…
Topics: Communication Language, Meaning


Some Joys of Seniorhood by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   November 2, 2014)
After writing so many Senior Moments I decided to let you in on some secrets…
Topics: Health Care Retirement

How to Identify a Senior by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 20, 2014)
It depends…since there are many ways to answer the question…
Topics: Optimal Aging

One by One by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   March 23, 2014)
I cannot remember when I last sang Count Your Blessings
Topics: Memories Thanks, Thankfulness, Thanksgiving

Memory Banks by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   March 16, 2014)
Ol' timers know a lot about piggy banks but what about memory banks?…
Topics: Memories Optimal Aging

Four Score and Five by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   October 13, 2013)
Some things I would like to forget and other things I wish I remembered more clearly…
Topics: Birthdays & Annivesaries Memories

Maturity vs. Old Age by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   September 14, 2013)
Maturity and old age are not identical…
Topics: Optimal Aging

One Year Older and . . . by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   June 30, 2013)
I feel honored to be an octogenarian. …
Topics: Birthdays & Annivesaries Memories Optimal Aging

More Thoughts on Aging by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   January 20, 2013)
Some decades ago, I remember…
Topics: Change Memories Wisdom

My Last Hurrah on Aging by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   January 20, 2013)
Hurrah is an exclamation of enthusiasm or joy…
Topics: Change

Personal Thoughts on Aging by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   January 6, 2013)
Sometimes there is no joy in aging. Today the phone rang …
Topics: Afterlife (Eternity) Dying and Death Friends & Neighbnors

Enjoy the Ride! by Greg Asimakoupoulos


(Rhymes & Reasons   August 26, 2012)
Advice on turning 60…
Topics: Advice, Guidance & Mentoring Birthdays & Annivesaries Faith

Sneaky Moments by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   December 4, 2011)
I must confess, I am not overly enthused about shopping, not for clothes, groceries, hunting for bargains or coupons…
Topics: Financial

Semantics by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   October 23, 2011)
Out of curiosity, I dug deeply to see how many “Senior Moments” I had written since 2005. I found 301.…
Topics: Memories Writing

Memory Woes by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   September 25, 2011)
A follow-up on "bumps" and "breaks"....
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Circumstances, Life Events Memories

Bumps and Breaks by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   September 11, 2011)
Thoughts inspired by an article on "Life After High School"....
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Circumstances, Life Events Memories

What's in a Name by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   August 28, 2011)
What do we call people who are over 60 or so?...
Topics: Change Language, Meaning

The Power of One by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   July 17, 2011)
The power of one is not anything new. It is as old as the hills....
Topics: Courage Inspiration Leadership

Amortality by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   June 12, 2011)
Caroline Mayer coined the word “amortality” in her book Amortality: The Pleasures and Perils of Living Agelessly.…
Topics: Optimal Aging Wellness

Ice Cream and Coffee by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 15, 2011)
When I was about ten times younger (like 8 years old), I remember having my dad buy me a Paddle Pop (that's what we called them then).…
Topics: Business Innovation, Invention, Creativity Memories

Inequality by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 1, 2011)
When considerably younger, I thought the day would come when little or nothing would surprise me… There are no topics assigned to this article.

Junior Moments by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 24, 2011)
Have you ever wondered if children and youth ever have any “junior moments”?…
Topics: Language, Meaning

Wait a Minute by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 10, 2011)
The meaning of "senior moment"…
Topics: Language, Meaning Memory (failing, improving)

The Speed of Life by Greg Asimakoupoulos


(Rhymes & Reasons   February 20, 2011)
We're moving much too fast!…
Topics: Change

Midlife Crisis by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   December 5, 2010)
If a senior has passed beyond a Midlife Crisis, is there a possibility that a Seniorlife Crisis might appear?…
Topics: Humor

Solicitation by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   October 24, 2010)
Today I received three solicitations. They want $20, $50, $100 or even $1,000 yet they leave a blank so you can fill in your own amount…
Topics: Charity Choices and Decision Making Financial

Cognitive Problems by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   September 26, 2010)
We're back to square one when we defined senior moments as that awkward moment when we couldn't locate our keys…
Topics: Memory (failing, improving)

I Did It! by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   September 12, 2010)
With this kind of a senior moment, who knows what the mailman will bring tomorrow…
Topics: Financial

They Call Me Senior by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   August 15, 2010)
Time for an alternative term to describe us?…
Topics: Language, Meaning

Exploitation by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   June 27, 2010)
Once upon a time I received an invitation to subscribe to a journal featuring selling to seniors…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Opportunity

Planned Obsolesence by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 2, 2010)
Certain things are designed to become outdated …
Topics: Material Goods, Materialism

Reminicsing by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 4, 2010)
Dealing with all that memorabilia we accumulate in a lifetime…
Topics: Memories

Reflections by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   March 21, 2010)
We ask for an opinion, we seek advice and we are deluged with so many options we don't know how to act…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Memories

A Word about Modernity by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   February 7, 2010)
I remember living without TV…
Topics: Change Media Popular Culture Science & Technology Trends

Things Preferred by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   November 15, 2009)
Senior moments can be pleasurable moments…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Lifestyle, General Optimal Aging

Did You Know? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   November 1, 2009)
Senior moments arrive in various ways, at unexpected times, and often unrecognized…
Topics: Demographics Health Care Statistics Trends

Solicitation by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   September 20, 2009)
Unsolicited mail, spam, advertising and phone calls are not going away soon, if ever…
Topics: Advertising

Planning Ahead by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 21, 2009)
Not planning ahead almost guarantees a senior moment or two…
Topics: Faith Planning

Does History Repeat Itself? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 3, 2009)
Fifty years ago, I experienced some pain from a toothache…
Topics: Health Care Memories

Geeks by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   March 22, 2009)
When I think of geeks today, I think of computer experts. But years ago…
Topics: History Language, Meaning Science & Technology

An Old Forumla by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   February 22, 2009)
Sometime ago I ran into a formula I'd like to share with you…
Topics: Learning Memory (failing, improving)

Saturday or Sunday? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   February 15, 2009)
Asked why she didn't receive her Sunday paper, this senior was politely told that it was Saturday and her paper wouldn't arrive until the next day…
Topics: Memory (failing, improving)

Thumbs Up by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   January 18, 2009)
My senior moment arrived at the tip of my thumb.…
Topics: Personal Issues

Remember When...? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   January 4, 2009)
My father filled our 1937 Nash Lafayette with gas on the outskirts of Chicago, ten gallons for $1.00. Imagine…
Topics: History Memories

Dodging Bullets by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   November 30, 2008)
This is a game we can play if we ever run short of senior moments…
Topics: Trouble

Old Age by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   November 16, 2008)
Old age gets blamed for a lot of stuff…
Topics: Computers (and other Digital devices)

What If... by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   September 28, 2008)
I suppose very few seniors have never second-guessed anything…
Topics: Language, Meaning

Foxy Seniors by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   September 7, 2008)
These personal ads reportedly were seen in Florida newspapers. Makes one wonder how many of these seniors have numerous troublesome senior moments…
Topics: Advertising Personal Issues

Thinking Ahead by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   August 3, 2008)
Amazing how we can bend things to suit ourselves. It is true that tomorrow will take care of itself but this is not a license to not think ahead…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Planning

Get Out of the Car by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   June 1, 2008)
If you're going to have a senior moment…make it memorable…
Topics: Change Lifestyle, General Safety

Down Memory Lane by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 4, 2008)
Not all senior moments are current. Some are pleasant reminiscences of happenings long forgotten…
Topics: Memories

Seniors and Juniors by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 27, 2008)
Thoughts on the somewhat archaic expression, generation gap
Topics: Change Demographics

The Art of Moving by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   February 24, 2008)
The average person will move 11 times in his or her lifetime. Some of us have done better (or worse?) than that; others have stayed put for generations…
Topics: Change

Mind Over Matter by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   January 27, 2008)
Revisiting the first Senior Moment…forgetfulness…
Topics: Optimal Aging Wellness

The Fine Art of Fibbing by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   January 20, 2008)
A sobering senior moment often sneaks up on us and we are tempted to exaggerate, evade the issue, fib or even lie…
Topics: Character, Integrity Communication

Retirement, Boomer Style by Greg Asimakoupoulos


(Rhymes & Reasons   January 6, 2008)
What to expect now that Baby Boomers are collecting Social Security…
Topics: Retirement

Ancient Senior Moments by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   November 25, 2007)
Sometimes we think Senior Moments are a modern phenomena. Hardly. Let';s take a look at some senior moments that go way back in time…
Topics: Bible History

Predators by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   September 9, 2007)
Understanding the scams that surround us…
Topics: Financial Fraud

Seniors Unlimited by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   August 19, 2007)
Thoughts on writing your memoirs…
Topics: Computers (and other Digital devices) Memories Writing

My Obituary by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   July 22, 2007)
Recently, a senior dreamed a similar dream two nights in a row. He had seen his obituary written by members and friends of his family.…
Topics: Character, Integrity Dying and Death Faith Humor Planning

Subterfuge by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   July 15, 2007)
Subterfuge is an unenviable lifelong accomplice eager and willing to seduce, sell or solicit anything that is marketable, good or bad, beneficial or otherwise…
Topics: Advertising Financial

Retirement Blues by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   June 17, 2007)
The challenges of picking a retirement care community…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Housing Optimal Aging Planning

Persuasive Artillery by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   June 3, 2007)
Well, another column on the subject of bombardment. It never ceases unless we retreat into total isolation (which isn't recommended).…
Topics: Advertising

Birds of a Feather by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 27, 2007)
Let's meet some of the people you'll meet at a retirement home or a skilled nursing facility…
Topics: Humor

Too Late Smart? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 20, 2007)
In short, this is a person who is able not only to change a light bulb, but knows the difference between a one-way and a three-way bulb.…
Topics: Change Humor Knowledge Memories

Senior Moments or Senior Block? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 13, 2007)
Some might suggest that a senior block is a first cousin to a senior moment. I might add that in reality, they probably are nearly synonymous except that not all senior moments are problems.…
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Coping

Admitting the Truth by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 29, 2007)
The expression admission ranges anywhere from access to affirmation. The price of admission (even with a senior discount) may be too expensive. Admitting the truth can also be too painful.…
Topics: Change Character, Integrity Communication Coping Optimal Aging

Tax Time by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 15, 2007)
Many years ago, I naively imagined that when I retired, I would be free: free from paying taxes, free from going to the dentist, free to sit on my rocking chair on my porch and watch the Fords go by. My oh my, what a dreamer.…
Topics: Financial Retirement Taxes

Retire? Who, Me? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 8, 2007)
We may not realize but retirement can be a serious senior moment. …
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Planning Retirement

Goofing Up and Ungoofing by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 1, 2007)
If yo'uve lived fifty-five, or even seventy-seven years or more, you probably are aware how easy it is to goof up and how tough it is to ungoof (my spell-checker didn't know that word but it works).…
Topics: Change Science & Technology

Missed Senior Moments by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   March 25, 2007)
There are some senior moments that seniors will never experience. This is regrettable but alas, there is nothing we can do about it…
Topics: Inspiration Opportunity

Facing Bad News by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   February 25, 2007)
Lessons from the story of Todd and Grandpa Eric…
Topics: Comfort & Consolation Coping Tragedy

It's Never Too Late by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   February 11, 2007)
Another senior moment arrives when a phone call or a thoughtful deed is too late. Let's look at some of these potential moments.…
Topics: Opportunity Optimal Aging

Suppose. . . by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   January 21, 2007)
Now that we are somewhere in the twilight zone, with slower reflexes and eyes that are dimming, we can think back on these wonderful and not so remarkable years.
Topics: Choices and Decision Making Memories

Older and Wiser? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   January 7, 2007)
The older we get, the wiser we become. Right? Not necessarily.…
Topics: Change Wisdom

With Praise for Aging Spouses by Greg Asimakoupoulos


(Rhymes & Reasons   November 1, 2006)
An ode to the journey…
Topics: Family Optimal Aging

What, Me Not Drive? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   October 1, 2006)
For some, that awful, depressing, imposing, disgusting senior moment is when we're told not to drive any more.…
Topics: Advice, Guidance & Mentoring Change Freedom Lifestyle, General

In Triplicate by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   August 27, 2006)
A provocative article crossed my desk reminding me of a complex, multiple-type of some causes of senior moments. I borrowed two of its thoughts and added a third.…
Topics: Financial Lifestyle, General Trouble

Look Who's Turning Sixty! by Greg Asimakoupoulos


(Rhymes & Reasons   August 27, 2006)
The baby boomers reach metal age…
Topics: Personal Stories (Biography/Autobiography) Birthdays & Annivesaries

Imagine That by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   August 20, 2006)
Even one million is difficult to comprehend. Now, having said this, let me suggest a senior moment which isn't really a senior moment (it can happen to anyone, any age).…
Topics: Contentment, Satsifaction

What About the Future? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   August 13, 2006)
Whoever fails to think about death, refuses to struggle with its implications, ignores its existence and avoids it like a plague, still cannot totally ignore it…
Topics: Dying and Death Faith Planning

Pondering Retirement by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   August 6, 2006)
For many one of the great senior moments is the realization of retirement, but does the reality match the expectation?…
Topics: Planning Retirement

Granny Flats by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   July 16, 2006)
Jenny was once a vibrant, intelligent and at times aggressive wife, mother and grandmother…
Topics: Change Coping Disease Health Care Housing

Old Geezers by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   May 19, 2006)
Old Geezer. I remember when that expression was in vogue but perhaps it has faded somewhat today. Maybe it's time to remember.…
Topics: Language, Meaning

`Are Seniors Vulnerable? by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 19, 2006)
Seniors are vulnerable even though we may argue otherwise. This is not necessarily a negative assumption.…
Topics: Change Fraud Lifestyle, General

Acting Your Age by Dan Seagren


(Senior Moments   April 19, 2006)
Let's face it. Seniors are often indomitable.…You name it, if one of us can do it, it's worth a try.…
Topics: Change Opportunity Optimal Aging