Monthly Archives: July 2012

Summer Shorts 4: Aging & a Big Bang!

Fabulous insight from Michael Hodin in his July 12th HuffPost’s blog, “What Higgs Boson can teach us about Aging Populations. Are we looking for a “Big Bang” moment where social innovations are activated to address the effects of an aging … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 3: Age & Reason

Point of discovery recently – the Age & Reason blog by Michael Hodin. Great resource for conversation on longevity issues. Looking through history’s lens, the 18th century Age of Enlightenment was also known as the Age of Reason. Fast forward … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 2: Zenployment

Have you found your later life moment of zen? Enter Zenployment. One more spin phrase on career thinking; sexy, but not big news really. Finding work that fulfills you is what more aging Boomers claim to be seeking as they … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 1:Tinkering with CPP

Some quick musings, let’s call them my blog “summer shorts”, for these next several weeks of the lazy hazy days of summer. Starting with Canada Pension Plan (CPP). Lots of little mumbles  lately with friends of a certain early 60”s … Continue reading

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Senior Living: Money, Choice & Foresight

Our western world view of “senior living” still seems focused on stacking shelf models like a shopping mart of boxed lunches. From the gated resort community to “seniors only” urban condos and full service retirement residences, if you have the … Continue reading

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