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21 Jul 19
A Corner of My Mind

I’m going to start a new series on my blog entitled SENIOR CLASS. You have to be a senior, no pre-Medicares, thank you. SENIOR CLASS will be blogs that have the positives about being a senior. SENIOR CLASS will be blogs that have the negatives about being a senior. This first one is negative…. I’m […]

20 Jul 19
opentest20's blogs

What is HAIR TRANSPLANT?Hair reduction problems may be caused due to a lot of distinct explanations. While the procedure is reversible and curable frequently, there are cases when new hair growth won’t rise because of permanent damage to follicles as well as the skin. All these are the scenarios when Hair Transplant occurs into the […]

20 Jul 19
The Life of Mcfadden 230

When you were a kid, your biggest wish may have been to finally ride the roller coaster or to actually handle the remote by yourself. When you grow older and lose your hair, your biggest wish then becomes just a few sprouts to show some signs of life up there. With these tips, you can […]

19 Jul 19
Natural Solutions For Hair Issues (Part One)

Currently, loss of hair is a typical issue amongst males and females. There can be lots of reasons for loss but the most important cause is stress. This is so since people are leading stressful lives with work along with household pressure. Thus, it is a severe issue and there is a requirement for some […]

18 Jul 19
kat loves books

Murderabilia by Carl Vonderau Publishing: July 8, 2019 by Midnight Ink     Just a Few Words:  A slow start but it definitely got interesting.  Didn’t want to put it down.   So….imagine being the son or daughter of a serial killer,  and you managed to live with the secret for over 30 years…..but now someone […]

18 Jul 19
If You Are Losing Your Hair Can An Alternative Medication For Hair Loss Help You?

Hair loss in males, unless premature, is a regular event and is typically described as 'male pattern balding.' Regardless of its naturalness or the durability of its existence, it makes males feel embarrassed no less. Loss of hair causes a decline in positive self image and males begin feeling inferior just due to the fact […]

18 Jul 19
The Santa Barbara Independent
After a career as an entrepreneur, author of seven “serious” books, New York Times staffer, and organizer of Santa Barbara’s Jewish Film Festival, Barbara Greenleaf keeps taking creative turns into her mid-70s. She just published a book called This Old Body: And 99 Other Reasons to Laugh at Life, and tells us a little about why. What inspired you to write this book?  One day I noticed that all of my parts were falling apart. Aliens from Mars had captured my arms and inserted jiggles in them, miniscule construction workers had gotten got inside my eyelids and made them droop like wilted lettuce, and someone had hung a “Vacancy” sign where my brain used to reside. The only way I could fight back was by making fun of these frightening developments. I jotted them down, read them aloud, everyone laughed — and This Old Body was born. Barbara Greenleaf’s ‘This Old Body: And 99 Other Reasons to Laugh at Life’ Why is humor so important as people age?   If nothing else, it’s good for your health. Laughter releases all those feel-good endorphins. I read that people who laugh a lot have 66 percent less inflammation than those with no sense of humor. It’s also good for your looks — laugh lines are so much more attractive than frown lines. Finally, instead of bemoaning the betrayals, humiliations, and everyday aggravations that come with the passing years — and aging ain’t for sissies, as we know — you might as well make up your mind to treat them with the humorous disdain they deserve. It puts you in charge. What are some funny anecdotes?  As I recount in, “Hair: The Reality not the Musical,” one night my husband took a look at my scalp as I bent down to cut into a lamb chop and he blurted out, “My God, you have a bald spot!” When he saw my stricken look, he quickly said, “Not to worry, it’s only a small one; no one will notice,” and the makers of Rogaine for Women have been grateful ever since. Recently, too, at my annual physical, I did that calculation peculiar to middle-aged women: Take off your shoes and weigh a half pound less or put them on and be a half inch taller. I put them on, fluffed up my hair, and practiced my very best posture — yet still I had shrunk a stunning one-and-a-half inches. I’m now applying to the Little People of America, since it’s clear where this is going. Who should read this book?  Any man or woman over 50 who still has enough breath to fog a mirror and/or needs a chiropractor, massage therapist, dermatologist, Pilates instructor, nutritionist, physical therapist, and orthopedist to prop up their old body. This Old Body: And 99 Other Reasons to Laugh at Life is available at Chaucer’s, Tecolote, Amazon, and Kindle.