Even small improvements such as cutting back on booze and snacks will leave you feeling better than if you did nothing.
- by Sam Downing
Nurses Beverly Howard, 74, and Olga Learoyd, 70, have worked at Melbourne’s Footscray Hospital for a combined century with neither planning to retire. Having stared tragedy fully in the face some years back, the friends are determined to savour only the best life has to offer – together.
- by Susan Horsburgh
A new study underscores how braided the relationship between physical activity and psychological wellbeing can be, and how the effects often run both ways.
- by Gretchen Reynolds
The co-founder and frontman of Kiss discusses his humble beginnings as the son of Hungarian Jews, having no shame, and the song he wants played at his funeral.
- by Benjamin Law
Supporting ageing parents can be fraught with physical and emotional challenges.
- by Jim Pavlidis
The musician and former Playschool host discusses his upbringing, career, and the women who influenced him.
- by Robyn Doreian
It had been about 20 years since I’d been on a date. I was apprehensive yet excited at the prospect of meeting a bloke from a dating app.
- by Donna Demaio
As a loyal employee for many years, you certainly deserve to now do what you want to do, says Kirstin Ferguson – but there’s a good way to approach it with your employer.
- by Dr Kirstin Ferguson
It’s an unlikely friendship, but Sarah Thomas discovers that befriending an elderly neighbour has thrown up hilarious adventures – and some powerful lessons.
- by Sarah Thomas
The Sydney-based Uniting Church minister, broadcaster and author discusses why he steers clear of a political career, the annoyance that is the ageing process, and the reason he dedicated his new book to the Dalai Lama.
- by Benjamin Law