The Kondo Method is sensible, it’s ingenuous, but the perfection part is, in fact, not attainable. At least not for me.
The idea that somehow our ability to start a new venture later in life is limited is one of the biggest misconceptions out there.
Every birthday deserves a big celebration, but turning 50 carries with it an extra wow factor. Here are some ideas for this special milestone.
Some misconceptions about older people have to do with self-perception. We actually gain self-confidence as we age and continue to acquire new skills.
Whether you´re in a relationship or not, celebrating Galentine´s day with your friends is a good way to remind yourself to cherish the women in your life.
Hanging out with younger people can be beneficial to both parties. Intergenerational relationships provide mutual support and opportunities to learn.
Thinking about death may seem creepy, but it’s actually a great motivator to accomplish things during our time on this earth. People who ponder about death are happy campers!
When it comes to saving for retirement, it’s better late than never. If you feel it’s too late for you, read on.
Marie Kondo introduced the world to the Kondo Method of decluttering and elevated the act of tidying up to darn near an art form…