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EX ‘HEALTH-FOOD HUSTLER’ EXPOSES DARK SIDE OF INDUSTRY

It seems like hardly a week goes by without a book landing in my mailbox on the latest weight-loss advice, the newest and (supposedly) best diet, the supplements you need to take, the uber-cleanse guaranteed to detoxify you or the recipes that will change your life.

THE BLISS OF BEING AN ADULT LITERACY VOLUNTEER

Teaching students has helped them and helped her, too
Every day while driving to my job at the newspaper where I was a reporter, I passed a billboard with a photo of an elderly man saying how wonderful it was to finally learn to read. It made me want to volunteer for the program where he was a student (or one like it), but I didn’t have the time.

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Should You Be Lifting Heavy Weights After 50?

Heavy weightlifting programs centered around old-school exercises like deadlifts, snatches, barbell squats, the bench press and military press are popping up in gyms everywhere these days, and for good reason: studies show that this type of training is highly effective for building strength and power. That can translate to more functional independence over the long…

The Bliss of Being an Adult Literacy Volunteer

Every day while driving to my job at the newspaper where I was a reporter, I passed a billboard with a photo of an elderly man saying how wonderful it was to finally learn to read. It made me want to volunteer for the program where he was a student (or one like it), but…

The Undetected Influence of Generation X

Look around. There’s probably a Gen X’er (born between 1965 to 1981), close to you. Not that you noticed. They’re normally known as the slackers, the latchkey kids, the middle-child generation. Caught between boomers and younger Millennials, Generation X is mainly known for being neglected and ignored. But a funny thing happened on their way…

Why 3 Career Failures Were Good for Me

(This article is an excerpt from Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life by Marc Miller with Susan Lahey, which is due to be published in early 2017.) There’s a gripping moment in Apollo 13 where Gene Kranz is telling his Houston team that they have to figure out a way to bring…

How I Approached Aging as a Creative Challenge

One of the indignities of aging is that sooner or later our bodies and minds begin to betray us. It’s all too easy to bemoan this inevitable loss of youthful dexterity, stamina, strength and sharpness. Griping about our troubles is one of the privileges of age, after all. But what if we could think of…

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