I Was Diagnosed With MS at Age 35, and My Story Is One of Hope

  • Posted on: 10 October 2019
  • By: jleff
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Stress and anxiety are used interchangeably but there is a difference between them.

By Jill Koziol

Three and a half years ago, my life completely changed. I had just launched a digital media company called . My plate was full with work and two young children, but since I thrive working on projects that mean something to me, I was enjoying this exciting and intense time in my life.

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I Was Diagnosed With MS at Age 35, and My Story Is One of Hope

  • Posted on: 10 October 2019
  • By: jleff
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Stress and anxiety are used interchangeably but there is a difference between them.

By Jill Koziol

Three and a half years ago, my life completely changed. I had just launched a digital media company called . My plate was full with work and two young children, but since I thrive working on projects that mean something to me, I was enjoying this exciting and intense time in my life.

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I Was Diagnosed With MS at Age 35, and My Story Is One of Hope

  • Posted on: 10 October 2019
  • By: jleff
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Stress and anxiety are used interchangeably but there is a difference between them.

By Jill Koziol

Three and a half years ago, my life completely changed. I had just launched a digital media company called . My plate was full with work and two young children, but since I thrive working on projects that mean something to me, I was enjoying this exciting and intense time in my life.

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Taking Small Self-Care Steps to Heal My Mind, Body and Soul

  • Posted on: 30 September 2019
  • By: jleff
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Blogger Judy Freedman describes how she's slowing down to care for her mind, body and soul as she faces cancer and loss.

It's been about 10 days since I wrote about for my life after 60. Many of you responded affirmatively as I shared my need to de-stress and slow down and said you did too. "Let me know how you intend to do this," said a reader, who indicated she was moving at record-speed all the time.

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Taking Small Self-Care Steps to Heal My Mind, Body and Soul

  • Posted on: 30 September 2019
  • By: jleff
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Blogger Judy Freedman describes how she's slowing down to care for her mind, body and soul as she faces cancer and loss.

It's been about 10 days since I wrote about for my life after 60. Many of you responded affirmatively as I shared my need to de-stress and slow down and said you did too. "Let me know how you intend to do this," said a reader, who indicated she was moving at record-speed all the time.

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Taking Small Self-Care Steps to Heal My Mind, Body and Soul

  • Posted on: 30 September 2019
  • By: jleff
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Blogger Judy Freedman describes how she's slowing down to care for her mind, body and soul as she faces cancer and loss.

It's been about 10 days since I wrote about for my life after 60. Many of you responded affirmatively as I shared my need to de-stress and slow down and said you did too. "Let me know how you intend to do this," said a reader, who indicated she was moving at record-speed all the time.

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How to Practice Mindful Aging

  • Posted on: 27 August 2019
  • By: helen
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Mindful aging is accepting and embracing changes that are an inevitable part of growing old, says psychotherapist and aging expert Andrea Brandt. And never limit what you think you can accomplish.
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Mindful aging is accepting and embracing changes that are an inevitable part of growing old, says psychotherapist and aging expert Andrea Brandt. And never limit what you think you can accomplish.

"There is no magical age at which we need to abandon our dreams and surrender our possibilities," says renowned psychotherapist and aging expert . So, as you think about growing older—which we all do, if we're lucky—Dr. Brandt says to ask yourself

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How to Practice Mindful Aging

  • Posted on: 27 August 2019
  • By: helen
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Mindful aging is accepting and embracing changes that are an inevitable part of growing old, says psychotherapist and aging expert Andrea Brandt. And never limit what you think you can accomplish.
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Mindful aging is accepting and embracing changes that are an inevitable part of growing old, says psychotherapist and aging expert Andrea Brandt. And never limit what you think you can accomplish.

"There is no magical age at which we need to abandon our dreams and surrender our possibilities," says renowned psychotherapist and aging expert . So, as you think about growing older—which we all do, if we're lucky—Dr. Brandt says to ask yourself

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Menopause Comes Out of the Closet—and Other Things

  • Posted on: 26 August 2019
  • By: jleff
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TV shows, celebrities and even art exhibits are helping to bring menopause out of the closet. And menopause experts say it's about time.
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Happy (almost) end-of-summer! Not really happy for me—summer is my favorite time of year. And with the sky darkening earlier in the evening and the flowers becoming scarcer, I mourn the end of longer and warmer days and dressing in light fabrics and flip-flops.

Summer has kept me very busy with bike rides, long walks, trips to farmers' markets, family reunions and late-afternoon visits to the beach when the sun is not as threatening and the crowds thin out. And, of course, work.

Here's what I've been writing about this summer.

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Menopause Comes Out of the Closet—and Other Things

  • Posted on: 26 August 2019
  • By: jleff
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TV shows, celebrities and even art exhibits are helping to bring menopause out of the closet. And menopause experts say it's about time.
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Happy (almost) end-of-summer! Not really happy for me—summer is my favorite time of year. And with the sky darkening earlier in the evening and the flowers becoming scarcer, I mourn the end of longer and warmer days and dressing in light fabrics and flip-flops.

Summer has kept me very busy with bike rides, long walks, trips to farmers' markets, family reunions and late-afternoon visits to the beach when the sun is not as threatening and the crowds thin out. And, of course, work.

Here's what I've been writing about this summer.

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