Another year

Another year

This column is being written late. That sort of sums up my success at keeping New Year’s resolutions. Happens every year: I pile up the intentions like someone investing in a stock called “Disappointment,” then I plunge into January and in no time at all, I’m reaping the dividends of failed expectation. Since I’m already… Read More »

Not feeling my age

Not feeling my age

Millennials aren’t fond of talking about age because they are as young as they feel. They are the age they are and, at any point, that is the right age to be. Such is the confidence of youth. It is among older folks one hears the talk of how aging feels, or how one feels… Read More »

Aging in Place – Mistaken fear

Aging in Place – Mistaken fear

We all make mistakes. Some are as simple as showing up at a friends for dinner on the wrong day, forgetting an important birthday, or missing a plane while sitting, watching it board and depart. All kinds of mistakes are made by people at all ages, but as you get older, mistakes seem to carry… Read More »

Aging in Place by Scott Funk

Aging in Place  by Scott Funk

Naps The Golden Age of Naps is behind us. The great nappers of the past are gone. There will never be another President who can nap like Calvin Coolidge (apologies to Ronald Reagan). There will never be another man so great he saved Western Civilization, yet managed to get his naps. I’m speaking here, of… Read More »