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Embrace your middle-age body

I was recently introduced to Kim Selby who is a dynamic, creative, energetic podcaster. After meeting her, I listened to a few of her podcasts on Ignite Your Spark and looked at some of her social media activity. Almost immediately, I knew that I had to invite her to be a guest on ThirtyFiveSixtyFour.  One…

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Supplements and your middle-age health

At ThirtyFiveSixtyFour, we’re not registered nutritionists or health professionals, but we are deeply invested in taking charge of our health. Founder, Karen Stones, and podcast regular, Megan Steen, recently discussed the things they do to monitor and improve their overall health. As we age, many of us look for ways to turn back the hands…

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Life is a gift. Keep playing.

Here at ThirtyFiveSixtyFour we absolutely believe that age is just a number. Sure, there are things we did at 16, 25, even 35 that are harder now that we’re 50, 55, 60. But that doesn’t mean we stop. I just listened to the raw recording of our latest podcast episode with Curtis Thompson. His conversation with Karen Stones was…

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Dining Etiquette 101: 12 Quick Reminders for Dining Out

My mother taught me manners – say “Please” and “Thank you.” Call my elders “Mr.” or “Mrs.” Hold the door for people. Wash your hands. But she wasn’t much for fancy dining so she didn’t really teach me a lot about etiquette for fine dining situations.  As I started going to work dinners or out…

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Confessions of a recovering future chaser

I’m Tiffany and I’m a recovering future chaser. I was raised by my parents to plan, evaluate, study and achieve my goals. I’m thankful that my parents taught me how to set goals and how to plan out and execute the steps needed to reach those goals. This has helped me succeed in my education, career and personal life. But it has also made me a future chaser. From early on – as early as high school – I was always looking to do more, strive for the next big award, degree or job. I was constantly questioning if was doing the best I can.

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Don’t let caring for aging parents or adult siblings overwhelm you.  

Just as we get comfortable with the idea of being middle-aged, we realize there’s a responsibility looming on the horizon that we rarely, if ever, thought of in our teens and twenties. That’s the responsibility of taking care of an aging parent, ailing partner, or an adult sibling who is disabled or sick.  When this…

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