NOTHING REALLY CHANGES, DOES IT?
The Republican Party obsession with birth control and abortion reminded Meryl Baier of Six Decades of Counting that, as a history major, one thing you learn is that some things never change. Including human behavior. Birth control has been a Concern/obsession of women and society for centuries. Meryl reminds us of this in an old post: birth control through the ages.
HOLLYWOOD’S TAKE ON THE FUTURE
Writer Laura Lee Carter finally had a chance to experience the film “Arrival” this week. She found it to be a quite cerebral approach to alien invasion. Go learn the thoughts that emerged for her after viewing this interesting take on experiencing your future ahead of time. Her post is HERE
REMEMBER SPRING BREAK?
On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about spring vacations. Forty-two percent of college students and 36 percent of adults ages 25 to 34 plan to take a spring break trip this year, and they’re flexible on where to go, according to a survey. Most of them are willing to change their destination if it means saving money. Find that post HERE.
WHERE DID THE TIME GO
Tom Sightings asks: Have you ever wondered where all the time has gone?
In Time: It’s All Relative
he stops off at his daughter’s house, and that leads him to offer us an amusing but heartfelt answer to the age-old question.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE DENY AGING
It was my husband’s brother’s 65th birthday and we were on the phone, asking each other “How did we get here so fast?” Despite our best efforts to stave it off, aging sneaks up on us. But what happens when we remain in stubborn denial of the physical effects that naturally come with aging? And when we fail to accommodate them? I’ve seen it in action. We can all learn from it. Find it HERE.