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CIRKEL

intergenerational mentorship For awhile, AGEIST has been thinking about how we could help activate an intergenerational knowledge transfer. Younger people know stuff we don’t and, conversely, we know stuff from our time that they don’t. Presenting, CIRKEL. If you are in NYC or nearby, go to this event — especially if...

Most Important Part

and here's the most important part The part of AGEIST that I most enjoy is the part that I am sure an MBA would tell me is the least effective use of my limited time. It’s when I am in contact with all of you. It’s returning your emails, especially...

Breakfast Bowl Builder

an app (and bowl) builder at 50 In 2012, James Slusser was diagnosed with very early-stage cancer. Following surgery and per his doctor’s recommendation, he made some radical changes to what he eats, moving towards a more plant-based diet.  Fast forward six years, cancer-free he is the creator of Breakfast...

Medicinal Pizza

medicinal mushroom pizza I was determined to find a pizza recipe that did not depend on grains, nuts, yeast, eggs, or tomatoes and still tasted good. After exactly two full days and 16 attempts, I found it. Made with herbal pesto and a medicinal mushroom topping, the recipe is paleo and...

Mark Bradford Art

a native son returns Situated, as we are, in Los Angeles, we’re big proponents of the art scene’s migration west — from the pricey rents of New York City to the (slightly?) less pricey rents of the sprawling city of perpetual sunshine. The opening of the stunning Broad sent an...

Bathing Experiences

We love a good bath; it helps us sleep better and—let’s face it—there is a certain luxury to even the simplest of bath experiences. We tend to think candles and scented bath salts, but to really get into bath culture, you need to check out what’s happening in the...

Fascia Health Longevity

Christian Stegall, massage/body work professional: I’ve had the opportunity to do fresh (un-embalmed) cadaver dissection. It’s fascinating to see and feel the different qualities of tissues in the body. Muscle is firm but has a suppleness, tendons are like hollow reeds that have bend to them, nerves are bigger than...

Job Report with Len Psyk

report from the job front Two years ago in this newsletter we featured Len Psyk, a career commercial real estate executive with a boundless enthusiasm for new experiences and ventures. After the company he’d worked at for five years was acquired, he found himself out of a job. At 68...

Longevity Predictors Tellers

We’ve told you to watch your glycemic load, and our Facebook Group typically has excellent, extended discussions on weight-lifting and other strength training exercises (hint, hint). There’s a certain amount of effort and willpower required to getting your body into serious shape, so it’s nice to know there are easier,...
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