Monthly Archives: March 2014

Aging: Intent and Independence – 2

One urban aging trend featured in a recent CBC News expose was about the growing number of  boomers who are making the decision (with what appeared to be solo intent); to downsize from their current home to a smaller, more … Continue reading

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Aging: Intent and Independence – 1

Who will you grow old with? Who do you have history with? Who will stick with you? Who have you not met yet? How and where will you live alongside the perhaps “unknown who” –  aging with intent and independence? … Continue reading

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Longevity’s Promise in Lost Bohemia

Part of Hollywood’s annual Academy Awards show is the “remembrance of those we lost” segment, where in a few moments of nostalgia, a sliding photo gallery commemorates those familiar greats of the film arts who died over the last year. … Continue reading

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Envision The Promise of Longevity

Today marks the 3rd anniversary of the weekly Change Rangers Blog. Pop a cork! While some have asked “have you reached ‘Blog Guru’ status?”, that’s not what it’s about. Blogs are about generating ideas and conversation. When I first entertained … Continue reading

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