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Unlabeling Ourselves

Contributing Editor for Health & Wellness Kathy Whelan on how we can change attitudes about aging by first observing our own thinking, so we can develop a “growth mindset.”

Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts: What You Need to Know

What’s the difference between a revocable and irrevocable trust (besides the extra letters)? What do we need to know about them? Contributing Legal Editor Robin Gorenberg explains it all to us in this month’s post.

Hair Superstar Rosely Shields: Looking Great at 60+

We were thrilled to catch up with Cambridge hair legend Rosely Shields, who took the time to give us excellent advice on how we can maintain our hair’s health and appearance in our 60s and beyond – whether we color or not!

Love Your Guts: Waku Tonics

We were thrilled to discover Boston-based Waku, a company that uses ancient Andean recipes based on natural herbs and flowers to craft tonics that taste delicious and support gut health, too!

Random Thoughts: Drive-In Movie Nights

Memories of summer nights at the drive-in movies – cousins, ice cream, seesaws, mosquitoes. You can experience it again (minus mosquitoes we hope) in Boston and at 3 vintage drive-ins.

Katrina’s “Faves” for a Summer Face

Contributing Editor for Beauty Katrina Hess shares her tips and favorite products for creating an easy summer makeup routine that will stay fresh as the mercury rises.

Read This Book: The 24-Hour Soup Kitchen

Stephen Henderson’s remarkable and moving book, The 24-Hour Soup Kitchen, is full of stories about one person’s experiences helping to feed the poor and hungry around the globe.

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Recent Posts

Unlabeling Ourselves

Contributing Editor for Health & Wellness Kathy Whelan on how we can change attitudes about aging by first observing our own thinking, so we can develop a “growth mindset.”

Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts: What You Need to Know

What’s the difference between a revocable and irrevocable trust (besides the extra letters)? What do we need to know about them? Contributing Legal Editor Robin Gorenberg explains it all to us in this month’s post.

Hair Superstar Rosely Shields: Looking Great at 60+

We were thrilled to catch up with Cambridge hair legend Rosely Shields, who took the time to give us excellent advice on how we can maintain our hair’s health and appearance in our 60s and beyond – whether we color or not!

Love Your Guts: Waku Tonics

We were thrilled to discover Boston-based Waku, a company that uses ancient Andean recipes based on natural herbs and flowers to craft tonics that taste delicious and support gut health, too!

Random Thoughts: Drive-In Movie Nights

Memories of summer nights at the drive-in movies – cousins, ice cream, seesaws, mosquitoes. You can experience it again (minus mosquitoes we hope) in Boston and at 3 vintage drive-ins.

Katrina’s “Faves” for a Summer Face

Contributing Editor for Beauty Katrina Hess shares her tips and favorite products for creating an easy summer makeup routine that will stay fresh as the mercury rises.

Read This Book: The 24-Hour Soup Kitchen

Stephen Henderson’s remarkable and moving book, The 24-Hour Soup Kitchen, is full of stories about one person’s experiences helping to feed the poor and hungry around the globe.