Archive | May, 2016
The Grateful Dead in 1970. From left to right: Bill Kreutzmann, Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Phil Lesh.
I promised my doctor I would walk a minimum of 30 minutes twice a week, and not very fast. Then I saw this 100-year-old woman run a marathon.
I love tiny houses. I LIVE in a tiny house, 416 square feet, right now! I’ve lived in many curious dwellings like a 16-foot airstream trailer without electricity, a Quonset hut, a pup tent for three months in a meadow near Mt. Shasta
From Facebook to politics, and television, does it seem like facts don’t matter anymore? Do you remember when paying for things in cash wasn’t suspicious and asking questions wasn’t considered rude and combative? I do, and I miss them. Have you ever had anyone get angry with you because you asked them where they heard […]
Being a senior citizen often means you have more opportunity to express yourself through your personal style and how you dress without the stigma to conform.
I know, the title of this post sounds pretty melodramatic. I’m not denying that, but still. Here were my symptoms. Exhaustion, fatigue, waking up tired, hair falling out, frequent wakefulness at night despite feeling worn out. As a freelance online web developer I work from home, so my bed is accessible when I’m at work. I’m […]
CocoWhip from So Delicious is a low carb, organic, dairy free, non gmo coconut based whipped topping. The perfect low carb dessert for those who need to restrict carbs and sugar but still want to have a fluffy whipped treat they don’t have to feel guilty about.
Officials at Hemp Inc., announced they are ready to release its first product in the marketplace, an environmentally friendly super absorbent biodegradable material called SpillSuck™. The product is made from the core of kenaf and hemp plants, and is one of the world’s most absorbent natural materials used primarily for oil, chemical and other liquid […]
Since Social Security effectively only pays the larger of the two benefits, being forced to take both benefits at once means that you lose one of the two benefits.