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The Importance of Stories

The Importance of Stories Storytelling is part of every culture and is probably as ancient as language itself. Stories help us to understand the world and each other, and to create a sense of self. Children often ask for stories about their younger selves: ‘Tell me about when I was…...

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How Telling Your Story Makes Your Legacy Real

How Telling Your Story Makes Your Legacy Real You have a story to tell. In fact, you have a lot to teach all of us about how you have been you, through all your rich and varied life experiences. Only you have lived your unique life, and only you can…...

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Your Most Important Legacy

Your Most Important Legacy Imagine if you could share even a fraction of all that you have learned or experienced in your life, and that this could be made available to those that really need it, at the time that they most need it. It is said that wisdom is…...

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What Kind of Emotional Inheritance Do You Want to Leave for Your Children and Your Children’s Children?

What Kind of Emotional Inheritance Do You Want to Leave for Your Children and Your Children’s Children? There are many ways in which the legacy you leave for the future can have an enduring positive effect on communities decades and even centuries away, just like planting trees that one day…...

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Become the Author of Your Own Life

Become the Author of Your Own Life Writing your life story is one of the most empowering and satisfying things that you can do. By becoming the author of your own story, you are enabled to see your whole life from a fresh perspective. When you write a memoir of…...

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Financial Independence for New Zealand Seniors

Retirement is usually provided for through savings, investments and superannuation (the pension). However, many people find that when they reach retirement, their finances are not sufficient to live comfortably. Here we look at financial independence and living without an active income. Continuing to work As superannuation is not capped, you…...

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Independent Living for New Zealand Seniors

As we age, decreasing mobility can make household tasks more difficult, and this can have an impact on living independently. However, there are now a myriad of options available, so living a self-determined life is definitely attainable. Staying in your own home This is a desirable option for many;  however some…...

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Company And Loneliness (New Zealand)

As we get older, our ability to socialise in ways that we once took for granted changes. Things like mobility, living away from friends or family, or the loss of friends or loved ones, can make it difficult to get enough company and stimulation. This helps explain why loneliness is…...

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