5 Signs You May Have Rabbit Hole Syndrome

The Observerist What You Think Is a Healthy Level of Productivity May Be Signs of Rabbit Hole Syndrome. Photo by Benoit Beaumatin on Unsplash Rabbit hole syndrome is a phenomenon that can happen when you’re reading one article, then it leads to another and another until you’ve forgotten why you’re reading. Usually, this can be caused […]

Five Reasons to Become a Writer That Can Benefit Senior Citizens.

Senior Citizen Writer’s Reason Four — Writing Makes One Immortal. Photo by Beth Macdonald on Unsplash Five reasons to become a writer that can benefit senior citizens. Writing is a great hobby for senior citizens. We can do it from home, at the library, or on the go with smartphones or tablets. Writing has many benefits, including mental stimulation, […]

My Ninety-Six-Year-Old Friends Passed Away Last Week, After a Short Ailment.

This Writer’s Journey This Is the Message I Had His Stepdaughter Read to Him the Day Before He Passed. Photo by JD Mason on Unsplash My ninety-six-year-old friends passed away last week, after a short ailment. This is the message I had his stepdaughter read to him the day before he passed. Hello Bob, this is your friend […]

The Way a Pilot Gets Better Is Both Learning and Time in the Air.

This Writer’s Journey All Pilots Did Not Start as Pilots. They, Over Time, Learned How to Fly and Became Pilots. Photo by Carl Nenzen Loven on Unsplash So it is with a writer, but our time in the air is words published, not just written. This message is just as much pointed to me as inspiration to others. […]

Be Grateful for What You Have Today and Be Happy for Tomorrow

Senior Citizen Writers Always be looking for your aha moments. We all need this gentle reminder from time to time. Photo by Alora Griffiths on Unsplash Five Thoughts From a Baby Boomer on Life. As we age, our priorities change. For many, we start by seeking well-paying jobs, a family, a lovely home, cars and all the worldly possessions […]

Glasses, Hearing Aids, Add a Mask and … “Oh My”

At least I’ll see and hear the lions, tigers, and bears approaching Photo by Mark Paton on Unsplash I do not recall when I first noticed I was not seeing properly or when I received my first pair of glasses. I just knew that things far away were not what they should be, and were out […]

Writing Is the Only Art Form I Can Learn and Am Making Progress.

This Writer’s Journey Don’t Ask Me to Dance, Draw, or Paint. Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash But writing is still here, and I love it. As a writer, you must keep your mindset focused. Otherwise, it will run away and at time tell you to stop writing. But you turn off the voice inside your head and start […]