Monthly Archives: February 2013

Working Longer: A Great Audition

Just in case you missed it, (by 2013 mobile media standards it’s old news), in the Toronto Star Dec.31, 2012 Change Rangers was featured in the article “How To: Working into the Retirement Years written by Ellen Ashton-Haiste. And it … Continue reading

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Aging: We Are The “They”

Can’t seem to let go of the Aging Avatar vision! Your “Me Now” face of 50 suddenly becomes your “Me Later” at 75. Often over the last few years, those of us of the “Me Now” have measured our own … Continue reading

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Aging Avatars:Finding Your “Me Later”

Last week’s question: Is the promise of longevity that – you really are the better older you that you always wanted to be? This week: How different is your “Me Now” from your “Me Later”? Ask your aging avatar, suggests … Continue reading

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Quartet: Age as Big as You Can.

Paraphrasing lines from the movie Quartet – “Why must we get older?” says Maggie Smith’s character Jean Horton. “Because that’s what people do.”, says Wilf Bond played by Billy Connolly.  What a delightful piece of art this movie – with … Continue reading

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