Monthly Archives: March 2014

Christie Brinkley, Chuck Norris and me

Ever since my mom suffered from Alzheimer’s I’ve worried about my brain. (Friends say I should have started worrying sooner.) I’ve read that strenuous exercise can provide some protection against dementia — more than doing crossword puzzles and having a … Continue reading

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Salt therapy

Today’s blog provides much-needed contrast to an earlier one I wrote about spending a large chunk of a day with friends at a women’s spa where everyone ran around naked and a technician gave us a scrub that removed at … Continue reading

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Technology makes me feel old

I never feel old.  Never, that is, unless I’m faced with troubleshooting a tech problem or learning how to use a new tech tool, or testing out a new app.  In those situations I become ancient. In fact, I think … Continue reading

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Unforgettable music festivals

There are music festivals and then there are music festivals.  I’ve been to only two in my life, years apart. I’ll remember the first one forever. The Isle of Wight Festival was held in 1969 at its namesake off the Southern Coast … Continue reading

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