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Ask Your Elders While There’s Still Time: Six Great Questions
by Karl on 10th March 2014
This year, I lost two important elders in my life. Ruth was my undergraduate mentor - a professor who took Read full article »
We All Want to Stay Positive: But How Should We Do It?
by Admin on 26th February 2014
A perennial question is: What makes us happy? The 1200 elders in the Legacy Project offer some great tips on how to maintain a positive attitude, based on long life experience.
Love Advice from the Elders: Our Valentine’s Day Gift to You!
by Admin on 13th February 2014
Ten tips from long-married elders for a happy and lasting relationship - just in time for Valentine's Day!
Pearls of Elder Wisdom to Help You Get Through the Day
by Karl on 26th January 2014
I've spent a lot of time over the past six years interviewing the oldest Americans about their lessons for living -- Read full article »
Money Advice from the Wisest Americans
by Karl on 14th January 2014
Some of the most common New Year's resolutions have to do with money: saving more, making more, spending less, and so Read full article »
Different New Year’s Resolutions – from the Wisest (and Oldest) Americans
by Admin on 31st December 2013
Yes, it’s that time of year again. We’re all seeing the lists of resolutions in the press and on various blogs. But I recall reading that only a tiny fraction of New Year’s resolutions are ever acted upon. Here’s a Legacy Project take on New Year’s resolutions.
Give the Gift of Elder Wisdom this Year (It Never Wears Out!)
by Karl on 19th December 2013
Looking for a more meaningful gift this year? What about practical advice from the wisest Americans? One of my local heroes Read full article »
Accumulating Stuff is of Little Importance
by Admin on 15th December 2013
Steve, 78, tells how he and his wife learned to put material rewards in perspective, focusing instead on the accumulation of love for family and friends.
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