Spain is known for its long and intense holiday celebrations which are not over until after the 6th of January. They are followed by hard times known as “la cuesta de enero.”
Every year we perhaps set out to lie to ourselves as we make New Year’s resolutions. Here I offer you an alternative to these lies.
If you want your over-fifty brain to be sharp, forget working on jigsaw puzzles or sudoku games and learn a new language.
Wasting time is wasting life. We don´t know how long we have left, so let´s stop killing time. Here are 8 tips to help you make the most of time.
Playing chess can help keep your brain sharp at any age, especially in this era of electronics and social media.
Meditation, understood as focusing on my breath and quieting my mind, is just not for me. I prefer to indulge in a different practice.
El debate sobre a qué edad perdemos la juventud no se saldará jamás. Algunos se sienten jóvenes hasta la muerte mientras otros añoran sus años mozos a temprana edad.
I’m 81, pushing 82 and despite some gruesome health challenges, I do not feel old. It is a strange feeling. I wonder whether I’m out of touch or resilient?
Our vocabulary is a fast way to give away our age. If we listen to our interlocutors´s choice of words we´ll also have a good idea of how old they are!