Some Old Statistics

The Administration for Community Living (ACL) has published its profile of older Americans 2021, an annual summary of critical statistics related to the older population. The updated report shows an older population that’s increasing in size and diversity.

The older population is growing and becoming more diverse — https://healthjournalism.org/blog/2022/12/the-older-population-is-growing-and-becoming-more-diverse/

And in case you’re thinking none of this matters because you are still young…

We found that midlife, generally considered to encompass the ages of 40 to 65, has become a time of crisis…the midlife crisis experienced by most people is subtler, more nuanced and rarely discussed among family and friends. It can be best described as the “big squeeze” – a period during which middle-aged adults are increasingly confronted with the impossible choice of deciding how to split their time and money between themselves, their parents and their kids.

The real midlife crisis confronting many Americanshttps://theconversation.com/the-real-midlife-crisis-confronting-many-americans-114347

Due to the holiday, travel, and entertaining I’ve been spending less time in front of my screens.

Well, time to get back to my normal screen time habit.

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