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I made a resolution three years ago to lose some weight (I've kept about 17 pounds off sucessfully).  I had to think about what my major "weakness" was - and realized that my willpower evaporated in the evening at home if there was junk food easily a...
JanC7 01-01-2020 09:56 AM
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For better brain health, I try to live by Eleanor Roosevelt's terrific quote:  "Do something every day that scares you."  Some personal examples: I ran for an elected office in my community; I taught myself how to do a book proposal and had an award-...
JanC7 12-31-2018 11:22 AM
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Two thoughts: 1. Play a sport.  I play tennis.  Started in my late 40s.  It works out your body, your mind, and it's very social.  2. Get rid of junk food in your house. Willpower is used up over the course of a day, and by around 8 p.m., mine is gon...
JanC7 12-11-2018 01:24 PM
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I do like games, but I'm a big believer in sports - not only for your brain, but for providing other benefits as well. I took up tennis in my late 40s, and it does a number of wonderful things: it's very social (have met a number of good friends thro...
JanC7 01-03-2018 09:44 AM
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Here is part of a column I wrote about making friends in a new location.  I'm the AARP author of "The Single Woman's Guide to Retirement."  Most of these suggestions could apply to you, depending on your location: Move to a master-planned community o...
JanC7 03-15-2017 12:38 PM
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I made a resolution three years ago to lose some weight (I've kept about 17 pounds off sucessfully).  I had to think about what my major "weakness" was - and realized that my willpower evaporated in the evening at home if there was junk food easily a...
JanC7 01-01-2020 09:56 AM
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For better brain health, I try to live by Eleanor Roosevelt's terrific quote:  "Do something every day that scares you."  Some personal examples: I ran for an elected office in my community; I taught myself how to do a book proposal and had an award-...
JanC7 12-31-2018 11:22 AM
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Two thoughts: 1. Play a sport.  I play tennis.  Started in my late 40s.  It works out your body, your mind, and it's very social.  2. Get rid of junk food in your house. Willpower is used up over the course of a day, and by around 8 p.m., mine is gon...
JanC7 12-11-2018 01:24 PM
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I do like games, but I'm a big believer in sports - not only for your brain, but for providing other benefits as well. I took up tennis in my late 40s, and it does a number of wonderful things: it's very social (have met a number of good friends thro...
JanC7 01-03-2018 09:44 AM
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Here is part of a column I wrote about making friends in a new location.  I'm the AARP author of "The Single Woman's Guide to Retirement."  Most of these suggestions could apply to you, depending on your location: Move to a master-planned community o...
JanC7 03-15-2017 12:38 PM
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I made a resolution three years ago to lose some weight (I've kept about 17 pounds off sucessfully).  I had to think about what my major "weakness" was - and realized that my willpower evaporated in the evening at home if there was junk food easily a...
JanC7 01-01-2020 09:56 AM
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For better brain health, I try to live by Eleanor Roosevelt's terrific quote:  "Do something every day that scares you."  Some personal examples: I ran for an elected office in my community; I taught myself how to do a book proposal and had an award-...
JanC7 12-31-2018 11:22 AM
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Two thoughts: 1. Play a sport.  I play tennis.  Started in my late 40s.  It works out your body, your mind, and it's very social.  2. Get rid of junk food in your house. Willpower is used up over the course of a day, and by around 8 p.m., mine is gon...
JanC7 12-11-2018 01:24 PM
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I do like games, but I'm a big believer in sports - not only for your brain, but for providing other benefits as well. I took up tennis in my late 40s, and it does a number of wonderful things: it's very social (have met a number of good friends thro...
JanC7 01-03-2018 09:44 AM
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Here is part of a column I wrote about making friends in a new location.  I'm the AARP author of "The Single Woman's Guide to Retirement."  Most of these suggestions could apply to you, depending on your location: Move to a master-planned community o...
JanC7 03-15-2017 12:38 PM
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