Recent Site Articles
Goodbye to a Wise Elder – And Thanks for the Marriage Advice!
by Karl on 12th October 2014
Over the course of the Legacy Project, we've talked to hundreds of elders, asking them about lessons for living they Read full article »
3 Secrets to a Long Marriage – From Those Who Made It
by Admin on 30th September 2014
Marriage presents a puzzle for many people, and despite high expectations couples can find themselves discouraged after a few years. Here are three "trade secrets" for a happy marriage, from people who have been married the longest.
George’s Lesson for Living – Blog from Our Summer Intern
by Karl on 21st September 2014
Our summer interns are back! Three great undergraduates spent part of the summer interviewing older people about their advice for Read full article »
Lesson for Parenting Adult Children: Be Careful about Giving Advice
by Admin on 13th September 2014
One thing we often forget is that parents and children spend the majority of their lives together after the kids Read full article »
New Interview on the Legacy Project and Book!
by Karl on 3rd September 2014
I had a great time talking with Terry Jaymes yesterday on his show "Terry Jaymes Alive." Terry has been a Read full article »
The Countdown Begins – For the New Book!
by Karl on 17th August 2014
I have to admit - I wasn't sure that anything could be as much fun as writing the first book Read full article »
“You Have to Do What You Enjoy!” Three Great Tips for Making the Most of Your Work Life
by Admin on 8th August 2014
Harry, 76, told us about his work life and what made his career successful and fulfilling. Good lessons for all of us trying to succeed in the world of work.
Learning to Live in the Moment: Why Not Do It Now?
by Admin on 16th July 2014
John MacGregor, 70, lived much of his life looking toward the future, striving in his distinguished academic career. His lesson is to learn to live more in the moment. He learned this in his sixties, but suggests younger people learn it sooner.
- Goodbye to a Wise Elder – And Thanks for the Marriage Advice!