Remember these VW vans? They were ubiquitous in the Sixties andI remember them well! Today, our Best of Boomers crew is sharing tips, tricks, wisdom and even a smile or two.
On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about how often you should change the blankets on your bed. The answer is four times a year. Robison got the idea to write about blankets because her article on how often to change your bed sheets is one of the most popular on her blogs. The bed sheet answer is weekly. Find that article, HERE.
Laura Lee Carter decided to write about the oppression of perfectionism this week, and the joy of finally taking the risks that improved everything in her life. In On Living Life Too Carefully she offers up her thoughts on the joy of being fully herself finally! She also chose to share some new information she gained, about using prescribed and well-regulated experiences with psychedelic drugs to escape the life-threatening addictions of heroin and cigarette smoking, the two most addictive drugs in our world today.
Tom Sightings reveals how sometimes he has to first look for one thing he’s misplaced, before he can start looking for something else that he’s lost. Alzheimer’s is “degenerative and incurable, and democratic in its reach.” Most of us will not get it; but all of us worry about it. Learn more at Did You Forget Something?
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: DON’T FORGET MOTHER’S DAY!
Mother’s Day is fast approaching and you want to do something nice for Mom. How about a fun Mother’s Day gift guide that even has a DIY options. Take a look, here.
Research on the healing power of expressing your feelings in a way that provides insight on your disease goes back decades. Playing off that, my new business, A Healing Spirit, offers A Guided Journal for Healing, with prompts and activities to support healing. In this post, she explains what a guided journal is and how it might help folks heal.