Category Archives: Middle Age

Healthy Living Attempt #10 & Calcaneal Surgery Recovery 2014

Thanks to my husband’s car accident and subsequent calcaneal surgery (i.e., surgery on a shattered heel) one month ago today, I’ve come to realize that getting older is going to require Health and Strength way more than just being skinny. … Continue reading

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How Do You Compare to an Earlier Self?

A few days ago, I ran across one of the text photos on Facebook that asked: What do you like now that you didn’t like when you were young?  Got me thinking. First, “when I was young” was more than … Continue reading

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The Ripple Effect: Fixing Up a 42-Year-Old Body Is Like Fixing a 60-Year-Old-House

Our house is about to turn 60. And if you live in an older home, I’m sure you understand that dreaded ripple effect of either improving or fixing anything. For instance, if you want to install recessed lighting, you may … Continue reading

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