The Passionate Life Blog
(July 20, 2021)Tips and Advice for Alzheimer’s Caregivers, by Guest Blogger – Hal Salazar of Elders.today
If you plan to care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s in your home, there are various preparations you’ll have to make. These preparations don’t just have to do with your house itself, you’ll also need to prepare yourself emotionally for the endeavor you’re about to take on.
(May 10, 2021)Guest Blog: Launch Your First Business After Facing Financial Hardship With These Expert Strategies
More seniors than ever before are becoming entrepreneurs. It is a great way to practice what you are most passionate about on a daily basis, which is crucial for living a meaningful life. However, if you’ve faced financial setbacks recently or in the past, you might be reluctant to start your own business.
(April 17, 2021: Dr. Mara in Medium, An Idea by Ingenious Piece, Passive Asset, & Sivana East) Listening to My Broken Arm: The Universe Will Stop Us in Our Tracks When We Are Out of Balance
Dr. Mara's lastest blog in An Idea by Ingenious Piece: Listening to My Broken Arm: The Universe Will Stop Us in Our Tracks When We Are Out of Balance Read HERE: “The secret to living well and longer is: eat half, walk double, laugh triple. and love without measure.”...
(April 11, 2021) Three Factors To Consider When Choosing Assisted Living, by Guest Blogger, Hal Salazar of Elders.today
Moving away from your home, whether you’ve lived there for five years or 50, can bring about a host of unwanted feelings and even emotional pain.
As I write this on February 15, 2021, it’s now been over 27 hours since our power went out. Not only has there been no electricity or internet, but also there has been no heat or ability to cook.
(February 10, 2021: Dr. Mara in Thrive Global & Medium) Finding Grace in Flexibility: Showing Up When Things Fall Apart
If we march along, stubbornly or bitterly, and not willing to bend with the twisting turns of what life throws us, we miss the light and will keep walking in the dark.
Arrange to have Dr. Karpel speak to your organization. Many groups, communities, and companies have benefited from having insights into the process of aging and the care involved.