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Way Back When Turning Thirty Was Old Age

    I asked a fifty year old man what turning thirty really meant. I was twenty nine at the time.   He said, “It’s easier wearing a shirt and tie without feeling like a fraud.”   Fraud? That’s it? Shirt and tie?   Way back when turning thirty was old age I asked old […]


Go outside the box and push your envelope. Push it real good. Too often baby boomers take the good advice of slowing down, like take time to smell the roses. It’s good advice because we’re not the proverbial spring chicken anymore, but it doesn’t mean crawl into a hole and die. When is the last […]