www.LongevityLifestyleMatters. com Website
After some delay (i.e., the web designer had a heart attack), the www.LongevityLifestyleMatters.com website is expected to be up and running by the middle of February 2016. Rather than have a separate website for Club 122 Longevity, it will become a section of the Longevity Lifestyle Matters website. The designers are also peparing a section for Certified Longevity Lifestyle Facilitators. The authors of Longevity Lifestyle Matters will be adding content on a regular basis.
In addition, the Longevity Lifestyle Matters book and audiobook, as well as the Longevity Lifestyle—Companion Notebook are currently available.
Longevity Lifestyle Matters – for children and young people
Taylor and Briggs have finished writing Adventures of the Longevity Mystery Club. Designed to help children learn information about health and longevity early in life, the information is conveyed through stories, naturally.
Adventures of the Longevity Mystery Club has also been recorded as an audiobook and should be released by late February 2016. All audio books will be available by CD and MP3 formats.
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The Realizations Inc website has been migrated to a new platform that offers several advantages. Requests were received asking if the menus for Brain References could list the categories under each of the main topics. The webmaster was able to accomplish this (even though the lists are quite long, because there is so much information on the website). Check it out. I think you’ll like it. (Click on the link above.)
Overcoming Depression and Anxiety
Taylor was invited to participate in the Australian "Healthy Me Summits," a free online summit scheduled to air live on January 7-17, 2016 (Australian Eastern Time) on Overcoming Depression and Anxiety.
The website is https://yk276.isrefer.com/go/hme/Taylorbrainguru/
And these are three little clips of Taylor being interviewed by Skype:
Note: For those in the USA and Europe, please remember this summit will be released in Australian Eastern Time, and Australia is a day ahead! You can always use this link to check the time conversion: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
Taylor recently posted new recipes. Check these out:
Several years ago, Dr. Taylor made a couple of presentations on Male-Female Differences at Soquel camp meeting. The topic proved so popular that she has been asked to return in July of 2016 to make five presentations. Put it on your calendar. Come and have fun learning more about yourself and the opposite gender. As members of the same species, human beings are more alike than they are different. But there are some key differences. Whether single, married, widowed, or divorced, you relate to people of the opposite gender almost on a daily basis. Emerging research, practically applied, can help you understand yourself better and enhance communication with brains that differ from yours. And it can be so much fun. Make your time on this planet as enjoyable and stress-free as possible!
Pasadena California -- Couples' Retreat, February 26-28, 2016
Taylor will be presenting: The Joy and Jumble of Gender Differences--You can better understand the opposite gender without losing your sanity--and have fun in the process!
- Evening - XO and XXY and PEA (Surely you must be joking!)
- Morning -- Approach to Spirituality and Religion(My style is different and yours doesn't work for me!)
- Afternoon -- Brain Stress Differences (It’s not that bad; just get over it!)
- Evening -- Laugh Together--Stay Together:Gender, Humor, and Laughter (I've heard that one before and it wasn't funny the first time.)
- Morning -- Wiring Differences (Connectomes what? I always multitask. What's your problem?)
Brain Aerobic Exercises
Are you spending a minimum of 30 minutes a day age-proofing your brain with brain aerobic exercises or other challenging mental activity? Check out the hundreds of aerobic exercises on Taylor's website. They're free, along with the articles, practical applications, mini-monographs, Q&As, brain references, and assessments.
Link to Brain Aerobic Exercises
Questions & Answers
Q. I love your new book, Longevity Lifestyle Matters, coauthored with Briggs and Horton. It's all stories, much like your Chronicles series and Adventure series. It's so much easier to remember ideas from a story. What prompted you to use a story format? Answer...
Q. I've been reading about Traumatic Brain Injury or TBI. Now I heard that NFL legend Frank Gifford had something called CTE. What is that? Answer...
Q. Recently I heard you talk about the energy factories in cell mitochondria, and that 1% of our DNA is found in one's maternal mitochondria. Is there anything I can do to help keep my energy factories healthy? Answer...
Q. Even the word "meditation" scares me. I've read about how monks "stop thinking" and I don’t want to do that. Can you help me understand more about desirable meditation? Answer...
Q. Our son is very mildly on the Autism spectrum but he does daydream a lot. His school sent a note home saying he daydreams too much. They no longer want him and suggested he might do better in a homeschool setting. What do you say? Answer...
Q. I've been following a "Longevity Lifestyle" for several months and have done very well. I seem to have plateaued, however, and someone told me to stop drinking diet sodas. That's one of the choices I've hung onto because I really don't want the extra sugar found in regular sodas. Any comments? Answer...
Q. I have heard you speak several times and really like what you say. Yeah, I believe I do have quite a bit of control of how well and how long I live, but no one in my family or circle of friends will get on board with me. Answer...
Point to Ponder
She relaxed comfortably into the age she'd reached, delighted in its possibilities, knowing it was perfect.
In my brain's opinion, this quote speaks to growing older gracefully. Every age of one's life has pluses and minuses, and you choose whether you will complain and whine about the minuses (and sometimes even blame others) or concentrate on the positives. Every age is what it is and it is "perfect" if you define perfect as well-suited to the task at hand.
I've heard people say, "I'm going into old age kicking and screaming and I'm refusing to accept I have any limitations." It's not always that easy to be around individuals who are metaphorically kicking and screaming--just think of children who do that when what they want is not forthcoming or they are blocked from what they want to do at the moment. Yes, you give up something as you age. I no longer ice skate or water ski or careen down mountains on a toboggan. But there is a trade-off.
You can gain a great deal, especially if you create and maintain a Longevity Lifestyle, raise your EQ, and avoid half of the problems you used to have--because you are gaining insight (meaning you learn from your mistakes), and so on. As with most else in life, it's your choice....
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