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Lifestyle

Exercise Your Whimsy
Exercise Your Whimsy

My bucket list seems more like a sand pail. A friend sent a broadcast e-mail of his summer in a wisteria-draped villetta he rented in Tuscany from which he pedals out for two-day bike rides in the countryside. That's a bucket.

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Selectively
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Selectively "Senior": When Do You Consider Yourself a Senior?

What is it about the passing of years that gives us a love/hate approach to life? We talk about aging as a derogatory term, but isn't living longer a wonderful chance to truly embrace life to its fullest?

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Shades of Grey: Early Radio Programs

For those of us growing up in the rural South in the 1930s and 40s, radio was our window to the outside world. Radio transported us to any place in the world because it forced us to use our imagination.

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Voices of Experience: What Will Be YOUR Legacy?
Eelco Wilbrink and his grandfather both left a legacy of love.
Voices of Experience: What Will Be YOUR Legacy?

Another life suddenly cut short! Whether it happens on the news or in your family, we feel a sadness for the untoward violence, accident, or disease.

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Financial

Elder Law Q & A: August 2016

Q: What is the average cost of long-term care insurance?

A: The cost of long-term care insurance will depend on the daily benefit, the elimination period, age at time of purchase and the length of the policy.

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Health & Wellness

Live Fresh with Andy Frisch: What, Not Why

Quick! How much protein do you eat in a day? Is it enough? Oh, carbs! What about those? Slow digesting or fast? Sugars or starches? What?? You don't track your food?!?

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Preventing Fitness Plateaus and Rolling Hills

Only in Tennessee can we truly appreciate the beautiful rolling hills and plateaus the landscape has to offer! In an automobile, these are easy to maneuver - as part of our fitness regime, however, not so much.

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Food

Country Cooking with a Granville Flair: Frozen Banana Salad
Frozen Banana Salad
Country Cooking with a Granville Flair: Frozen Banana Salad

A few weeks ago, we had a family reunion in Pigeon Forge. We rented a cabin and, after winding up a long, narrow road, we reached the most beautiful view. It was absolutely breathtaking!

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Community

Nashville's Volunteer of the Month: David Tuchman
Nashville's Volunteer of the Month: David Tuchman

David Tuchman is known for his volunteer work with filmmaking, specifically to support non-profits and raise awareness for a plethora of social causes. Filmmaking is one of Tuchman's greatest passions that developed into a hobby for helping others.

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