PAT MITCHELL: “Even if you fall…”

Posted by Silvernest Team on Aug 27, 2017 2:44:55 PM

By Cheryl Harbour

Can Mentoring Change Aging In America?

Posted by Silvernest Team on Aug 17, 2017 12:23:47 PM

By Jim Emerman

Are you ready to join the gig economy?

Posted by Silvernest Team on Aug 5, 2017 11:40:05 AM

Targeting Older Workers

Los Angeles-based Tengia connects seasoned workers to opportunities in industries they know well. Whether you miss having a place to make a contribution each day or need a paycheck, the goal of the company is to connect older workers with meaningful work.

 

A Booming Workforce

Posted by Silvernest Team on Aug 2, 2017 12:33:22 PM

A recent Gallup poll found that 74% of adults plan to work past traditional retirement age. The majority, 63%, say they will work part time, while 11% say they will continue to work full time. Times have really changed – in 1995 only 14% planned to work past retirement. We are just beginning to see the intersection of the aging of the baby boom generation, the outcome of the recession, and the lack of retirement savings for a number of older adults.

Getting Real with Marie Osmond – Living Life on Her Terms

Posted by Silvernest Team on Jul 31, 2017 12:30:10 PM

By Lori Bitter, for Silvernest & GRAND Magazine

Books for the Nest: Live Long, Die Short

Posted by Silvernest Team on Jul 24, 2017 5:50:58 PM

Dr. Roger Landry spent more than 40 years as a preventive medicine doctor. If he could write a mass prescription for America’s aging population, it would likely be the title of his book: Live Long, Die Short. In a nature analogy he likes to use, he advises us to be more like a leaf . . . “become more colorful with age, make more beauty with others than alone, and then drop off the tree” when it is time. The retired Air Force colonel and surgeon is serious about aging vibrantly, and he has the data to support his recommendations.

Is America Having A Midlife Crisis?

Posted by Barbara Waxman on Jul 5, 2017 8:51:51 AM

I was recently interviewed on Maryanne Live!, a radio show that asks experts for “insights and common-sense truths” about life. Only this time, it was Maryanne who delivered the most intriguing insight. She asked me:

 

“Barbara, is America going through a midlife crisis?”

I hadn’t thought about it like that, and when I did, I realized Maryanne was onto something. No matter your politics, there’s no denying that our country has hit a rough patch. We’re acting out. We’re dreading an uncertain future.  We’re struggling to find our place in the world, and struggling even more to figure out how we can make a difference.

 

Joan Lunden’s Coast to Coast Caregiving Coverage for Her Mom

Posted by Silvernest Team on May 26, 2017 8:46:13 AM

By Sherri Snelling

Grandmothers on the Split Shift: Work and Child Care

Posted by Mary Quigley on May 19, 2017 10:00:43 AM

Using vacation days and flex time, working boomers help out by providing child care for their adult children’s kiddies.

 

Sibling Wars and Aging Parents: Everybody Is Part of the Problem

Posted by Joy Loverde on May 11, 2017 1:15:51 PM

An unfortunate truth about family caregiving is that responsibilities between siblings when it comes to the care of parents are often unevenly and unfairly distributed. You can ask for your siblings’ help until you are blue in the face; yet some brothers and sisters flat out refuse to be of assistance or and ignore requests altogether.