Staying Healthy

Mar. 3, 2020 by

by Anne Goldberg, the Savvy Senior Everywhere you turn, conversations are focused on the Corona virus. Fueled by ignorance and fear, people are stockpiling water and toilet paper, and  buying

Healthy Foods You Should Avoid!

May. 5, 2019 by

When people tell me  that they “eat well”, my answer is always that I don’t know what that means. They then go on to tell me they eat lots of

Why Bother Being “Healthy”?

Sep. 28, 2018 by

Living with purpose, having a reason to get up in the morning is a big part of having a happy, healthy life. But it’s really hard to help others when

The Art of Living Longer: Surviving a Hospital Stay

Jun. 13, 2018 by

The surgery was unavoidable. Two disks in my lumbar spine were compressing the nerve that controls the quadricept muscle in my right leg and I could no longer lift my

Awareness vs Mindfulness – What’s It All About?

Mar. 1, 2017 by

Does this sound familiar?  You get out of your car with your keys in your hand, pick up the mail, open the front door and then put everything down because

The Art of Living Longer: Embracing Change

Oct. 1, 2016 by

by Anne Goldberg, The Savvy Senior Most of us fear change.  It seems to be a very normal reaction to life.  The irony is that change, like death and taxes,

The Art of Living Longer: Sugar, Diabetes & Dementia

Sep. 21, 2016 by

Irrespective of the changing laws surrounding medical marijuana, there is still a preponderance of people who don’t now, and never will, use these drugs.  The idea of using drugs is

The Art of Living Longer – Latest Trends for Seniors by Anne Goldberg, The Savvy Senior

Aug. 26, 2016 by

August 26, 2016 The latest health newsletter from Harvard highlights three “trends worth tapping into.” They go on to say these three trends “fall into the ‘beneficial’ category” and are: 

The Art of Living Longer: You Are What You Eat! by Anne Goldberg, The Savvy Senior

Aug. 24, 2016 by

The new norm with regards to nutrition seems to be the ages-old wisdom of Hippocrates: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” The Harvard Medical school newsletter,