Posts Tagged ‘ healthy behavior ’

A PLEA FOR SANITY

Sep 18th, 2011 | By | Category: For Senior Women

The Story of Owen and Mzee Six years ago, through the cataclysmic tsunami and magic of nature, a baby hippo convinced a centerian giant tortoise that they were related.  The tortoise (Mzee)  reluctantly agreed to adopt Owen and became his mother, ultimately with all the nurturing and protections mothers have to offer their offspring.  Owen […]



SENIORS: WHEN PROCRASTINATION IS HEALTHY

Sep 7th, 2011 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Alexander Pope said, “procrastination is the thief of time.” But is it ever healthy? Is it ever healthy to put off til tomorrow what you can do today? For seniors and retirees, while the answer may be yes, there are some catches. It depends. It depends on the nature and import of what is being delayed. So long as it is not life threatening, it is probably okay to delay. So long as it does not unfairly impinge upon others who may be influenced by your choice, it probably is permissible to put off whatever it is. However, if, when the circumstances may have a negative impact then the considerations become a new ball game.