the future of successful aging

I’m a huge believer in embracing a few simple healthy habits to age well: move your body every day, eat good food (and probably a bit less), get enough sleep, manage the stress in your life, and stay connected to people who care about you. But sometimes we have to dig a little deeper to … Continue Reading

running and talking and beer . . . oh my!

Meb Keflezighi is the only athlete in history to win the Boston Marathon, New York City Marathon, and an Olympic medal. Desiree Linden was the first woman runner in thirty-four years to claim the Boston Marathon title in 2018, and she’s heading back to Boston again next week to (fingers crossed!) keep the crown. They … Continue Reading

6 ways to dress for the body you have now

It’s always tempting to cling to an image of the body you had in your 20s, or the shape you plan to have someday after you start that diet or exercise program.  But, don’t you think you’d be a heck of a lot happier if you took a few small steps to look — and … Continue Reading