The newest thing: calling cards for boomers - so we can at least remember who we have seen (and in more extreme cases, who we are). They can be simply designed or festooned with intricate details. What they share in common is contact information: our name, email, phone and home address - all prominently displayed to accommodate our growing near-sightedness.
I'm Kate, by the way.
Ever forget where you parked your car or where you put your keys, and then you find yourself questioning your memory? Relax
Do you know anyone who is always running late, and missing appointments? It seems like they don't care about honoring their
According to Wimber's "response competition theory," the more you try to remember one of those facts, the more likely it is you'll forget the other one. I
All of us have witnessed a 'new' word be put into effect, only for it to take on the same shameful stigmatizing definition as its predecessor. I challenge you today to bring awareness to your word choice.
Do you own 'TV pants'? When driving, do you strongly prefer right turns over lefts? Have you ever typed your birth year into an online form, then became startled when you had to scroll...and scroll...to reach that year? If so, pull on those stretchy pants, have a seat, and let me know I'm not alone here.