Monthly Archives: December 2012

Holiday Schnapps 2: Aging Quotes Quota

Year’s end 2012 is fast upon us and rather than dig deep and burden the blogosphere with more than anyone could make time to read anyway, I went trolling for a quick witty quote on aging; maybe one that didn’t … Continue reading

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Holiday Schnapps 1: A Long Bright Future

A long bright future. Let’s hope it is. It’s time to wish Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas or whatever we wish for others. Ironically if we’re thinking of our longevity at another year’s end, time seems very compressed. So here is … Continue reading

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Aging Cities & Intergenerational Power-2

Whenever the subject of aging cities comes up, invariably the term “age friendly” pushes in front. I take that phrase openly to mean – not just for older people. In 2007 the World Health Organization (WHO) published a checklist of … Continue reading

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Aging Cities & Intergenerational Power-1

Are urban environments best for an aging population? So asks Tim Smedley’s Guardian article Nov.19th.  Perhaps in ways that will directly effect our everyday world, urban planning could be one of the single most important focal points for discussion on … Continue reading

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