Many of our parents and grandparents engaged in regular physical activity and manual labor for their exercise. Gardening, growing crops, maintaining the ranches and farms, climbing stairs to their second or third or fourth floor apartment, walking to get shopping and other business done, and even working into their later years required daily physical activity. Yes, there was Jack LaLanne – one of the first fitness gurus and role models for proper diet, exercise and staying healthy – but most adults were able to stay fit, or at least delay weight gain into their later years, without going to a...
Aleksander Doba just completed his third solo voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, in a specially built kayak, just shy of his 71st birthday. His third voyage, from New Jersey to a port on the coast of France, took 110 days. His first trip, in 2014, originated in Senegal on the west coast of Africa and ended in in a town on the coast of Brazil, and the second went from Lisbon, Portugal and ended on the beaches in Florida in 2014. These trips leave him covered in salt-induced skin
The Living to 100 Clubis the creation of Dr. Joe Casciani, a psychologist, who has specialized in older adult care for over 30 years, and trained and supported many mental health professionals during this time. His experience in geropsychology has taught him many things:
This is the place to find products and information for seniors and anyone else who won't be slowed down by their advancing years or their health status. We have combed thru catalogs and curated a number of interesting, stylish, and hard to find items that help us feel better about our self and help us take control of our future.
Living longer can be about attitude and outlook, about staying positive even in the face of challenge. Keep pushing ahead. If other people get in the way, thank them for their opinion, and get on with living your life to its fullest.