Dr. Fred Craigie teaches and writes about spirituality and says he often talks about what it means “to live a good life.” He contemplates his own answer to the question during these extraordinary times.
I’ve been noticing a lot of sharing of recipes lately and pictures of incredible looking dishes that people have cooked. Here are some recipes from my sister-in-law. I haven’t tasted them, but I’ll guarantee they’re amazing because that’s the kind of cook she is.
In the midst of all this uncertainty and angst, there are moments of joy. One such moment occurred this past weekend when Lee Hews’ first grandchild was born.
Grandparents everywhere are trying to meet the challenge of social distancing. Not easy when all you want to do is scoop them up in your arms and give them a hug. Here’s a little inspiration on how you can stay safe during the pandemic and still connect.
As they are in so many cities right now, the streets and sidewalks in San Francisco are nearly deserted. People living there have been under a stay-at-home order since March 16. My brother Patrick is one of them. He shares how he has been doing so far.
Feeling down? A little lost? Uncertain? Overwhelmed? Take a quick Bright Side break with me.
Having trouble sleeping lately? I am. Seems all I can think about is COVID-19. I feel caught between wanting to learn as much as I can and wanting to turn everything off. But I received a few unexpected gifts today that brightened up my attitude. I’d like to share them with you.
Did you know that practicing gratitude can make you happier and healthier? Don’t know where to begin? Some tips from Dr. Robert Emmons, a gratitude expert.
He’s 97, but he hasn’t seen it all yet. That’s because Dr. Bill Taylor has an insatiable curiosity and eagerness to learn new things. And I learned a lot from him, including about windsurfing. He was a champion. In many ways, he still is. Listen now to our conversation about aging.
Lavon Harris is grateful to have lived as long as she has — 100 years!
She considers herself healthy, happy, and also sad because you can’t live without some sadness in your heart. She shares her joys and her sadness in this episode of Conversations About Aging, a Catching Health podcast.