Physical activity is very important for a number of reasons – including that it helps to protect the structure and function of our brain as we age. This may be key in reducing the risk of developing certain neurodegenerative conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease.
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During this 19 day multistage trip called the west coast swing I talk about the question of taking care of yourself.
I attempt to answer the question as to if this is our last trip overseas.
This is an article I ran across about how to overcome doubt while chasing your dreams. I turn my dreams into goals as they are then turned into reality.
This big entry talks about why Catherine and I travel.
Asking for reviews of our new book, running all over the world
Hope For The Best To be hopeful that a positive occurrence will happen. This can be an expression of hope or insight after something has gone awry or when circumstances seem bleak. The free dictionary That is all I could really ask for. This is the furthest we have...
This blog post comes from valuable information by the Clevland Clinic.
This post answers the question, Can Aerobic Exercise Improve Cognitive Function and Decrease Alzheimer’s Disease Risk?
Hot Hot Hot "What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger" - Friedrich Nietzsche Well sometimes you get what you ask for. For some time now I have been complaining about how the temperatures have been bouncing around this spring with it being 30, one day one place, then...