Tag: old age

Game plan for the coming decades

In which a very short poem posits a change of attitude that could triple the sunshine in our later years. relish the pleasurable tweak the controllable accept the unfathomable and face the inevitable Rachel McAlpine Image from “Prodigiorvm ac ostentorvm chronicon […]” (1557)  Lykosthenes, Konrad; Kandel, David, and Manuel, Hans Rudolf

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Unloading the larynx: not for sissies

It’s boot camp year. I don’t say no to anything that could help me achieve my prep-for-old-age goals. I’m on stage three of working on my voice. So, off I went to Peter Chum, specialist voice-and-breathing physiotherapist for performers. I do perform (in more ways than one) and I want to give every performance my best whether singing […]

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