As with everyone, the one thing that the pandemic certainly has provided me with is plenty of time to think. Living as I do at the edge of an island where the sea meets the sky on a rock in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, one might well wonder what I can possibly contribute to the advancement of humanity…
We continue to employ all of the new safety habits that have been introduced — but of our own free will, not because a government forced us to.
Whether you have been laid off or are fortunate to still have some level of employment, now is the time to “go to the mattresses” and conserve resources like never before.
Please Do Not Adjust Your Set by Robin Trimingham As you may have heard, we had a bit of a hurricane here in Bermuda last week. On behalf of The […]
When a Pain is not Just a Pain by Bill Storie So there I was last week with a sore back……”Aw” I hear you say. I also hear some wisecrack […]
Starting Another Year by Robin Trimingham Yes I do realize it’s August, but it is also the third anniversary of our Facebook page and there are a few brave souls […]
“There’s nothing fun about being called a geriatric. Golden-ager and senior citizen aren’t much better”. Bill Storie and Robin Trimingham realized that when they started a retirement blog in 2013. […]
Olderhood Launches Retirement Coaching Business by Robin Trimingham This week I am going to take a few moments to share some of the business developments that have been taking place at […]
Helping Others by Bill Storie One of the purposes of starting the Olderhood project almost 3 years ago was to hopefully help people to transition from a working lifestyle to […]