IN THIS ISSUE
This edition is a celebration of Age, from age to age. Despite its drawbacks, age brings experience, develops character and offers wisdom and it's high time grandparents proudly waved their flag. Enjoy our cornucopia of age related articles and we hope they not only entertain but provide some helpful information as well. Three cheers for the grandies!
Top 5 anti-ageing vitamins.
They can make a difference. Find out what they are and how to make sure your diet includes them HERE
There's a long list of people who didn't hit their marks until later in life or who were still delivering the goods in their 80s, 90s and even 100s. In science, art, music, literature, sport, politics and more. Read about some of them HERE.
Some of the fad cures of yesteryear were adopted with zeal in the hope of finding relief from whatever condition people suffered. Come with us on a bizarre journey through some of the more exotic medicines of previous eras. You'll be amazed HERE.
Food by nannas and nonnas.
We've put together a list of old-fashioned goodness you probably haven't had, or even thought about, in decades. They're tried and true and you can relive kitchen memories from the past HERE.
Humans aren't the only ones to improve with age.
From wine to whiskey, from beef to balsamic, from kimchi to cheddar a little age can work wonders by developing flavour and texture. Read the ins and outs of ageing food HERE.
Put together some travel snacks and a glass of wine and come with us on an armchair exploration of some of the not so well known ‘oldest’ civilisations and some out of the way destinations HERE.
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Irene Francis Olson argues HERE the value of reflective contemplation as the basis for wise behaviour and decisions.
Ageism is a type of discrimination that involves prejudice against people based on their age. Similar to racism and sexism, ageism involves holding negative stereotypes about people of different ages. Read about its influence and how to combat it HERE.
In Your Corner
Is age just a number? Read Irene Francis Olson thought provoking column HERE.
4 Ways to Yummy
Heide Horeth explores the influence of motherhood and and the nurturing opportunities the kitchen offers to children HERE.
Rocks of Ages
Read Lonnie McKelvey's heartwarming discussion on the rocks of generations past and present HERE.
Find out why heirloom vegetable varieties are better to grow, what sets them apart and how easy and productive they can be HERE. Plus there's
advice on how to set up a kid-friendly vege patch, how to compost and old-fashioned gardening tips.
There's plenty of