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A New Entrepreneur
August 15, 2018 – 2:02 pm | Comments Off on A New Entrepreneur

This is one man’s inspiring story of turning an unexpected layoff after 40 years working for others, into taking the risk to start his own business. Paul Tasner changed his own life and hopes to impact how we package and ship items by increasing biodegradable products. Listen to his Ted Talk and then check out PulpWorks.

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From Living Well Network Update on 08/13/18. To learn more about the Living Well Network and sign up for our e-newsletter click here.

Heed Warnings For Home Repair
August 15, 2018 – 1:58 pm | Comments Off on Heed Warnings For Home Repair
Heed Warnings For Home Repair

There are house maintenance projects that can be delayed but there are some that will cause big headaches and great expense if you wait too long. Pay attention to key warning signs for both big …

Be Heart Healthy 
August 15, 2018 – 1:55 pm | Comments Off on Be Heart Healthy 
Be Heart Healthy 

You know the drill – don’t smoke, get some exercise and eat healthy foods. But what exactly does that mean for you? As we age the choices we make can have an even greater impact …

Older Adults and Forgotten Teens
July 19, 2018 – 11:03 am | Comments Off on Older Adults and Forgotten Teens
Older Adults and Forgotten Teens

Some older adults are active participants in fostering and adopting teenagers – those deemed ‘too old to adopt’. These parents fill a huge gap in the lives of older teens and can make all the …

And We All Do It
July 19, 2018 – 10:59 am | Comments Off on And We All Do It

We all jump to conclusions. We say things that have us shaking our head later with thoughts of, “What was I thinking?…” It’s a common dilemma. Read this intriguing, illustrated essay by John P. Weiss …