#104 Three things
I like your words of wisdom, which usually refer to your experiences. I can relate to them
Surprise me, Janice. Whatever you have to say will interest me. I am not a caregiver now, but I could be at any time. Life has a funny way of handing us challenges when we least expect them. As far as my own aging goes, I pick up all kinds of useful thoughts from the Aging Well News. Every little insight helps.
Hi Janice ~ I really like the way you have been combining scholarly information and personal stories. Of course, you know me I lean toward the personal stories. I look forward to reading your newsletter because, honestly, I don't know what I don't know & you are giving me a heads up. Thanks, Jan xoxo
Your expertise both professionally and personally is so helpful. My newsletter discusses how our past shapes our future. I would be interested to hear your perspective on this with regards to 'aging well.' Also, congrats on your recent milestone!
Fantastic idea on how the caregiver can take care of him or herself. This topic cuts also across age groups. Looking forward to read more (and share it with a few people who could benefit from this knowledge).
I would love to hear more on aging successfully, since I am in my silver years!
Happy New Year! I love your positive message. My days of being a caregiver for my mother passed with her passing. I am interested in hearing your thoughts on mindfulness and spirituality, also more about the different types of wellness relating to growing old. Thanks for asking.
Here is the end of my New Year's poem:
I embrace hope as I contemplate,
Passing the strait gate,
To the most blessed place,
I accept that my faith,
Will raise me to the highest state.