Trudy Smith had always dreamed of being a painter, but she did not pick up a paintbrush until she was 85. Now 102, Ms Smith said it was a mixture of loneliness and newfound freedom that gave her the courage to start pursuing her passion following her husband’s death. “The one thing I wanted to […]
Jane Caro wears many hats; including author, lecturer, mentor, social commentator, columnist, workshop facilitator, speaker and award winning advertising writer. The common thread running through her career is a delight in words and a talent for using them to connect with other people. A skill she developed and honed during her very successful 30 years […]
The internet is truly a phenomenon defining the modern age. This technology is a mainstay in the workplace and younger generations cannot remember a time it did not exist. As technology advances we often forget to bridge this advancement with older generations. The internet is not necessarily the sole territory of younger people, and not […]
Don Aitken writes a regular absorbing blog about Growing Older, on various topics including Politics, Society, Education, Music, Foods & Wine, Road Safety and Climate Change.