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Bake Sale

I love to bake and baking is become one of my hobbies that relaxes me. Every now and then I try something new and decorating my own cakes and cupcakes and what not. 551 more words


Excerpts from Srila Prabhupada’s purports.

We accept the body as our self, thinking, “I am this body.” However, we are not the body but rather the owner of the body, just as we are not our apartment but rather the owner or resident of the apartment. 385 more words

Nothing and Everything to Write About...And Answer Me This #1

So, I can’t possibly be the only one with this problem. I get all of these great ideas for posts I’d like to write, posts that I feel simply… 1,028 more words


April Column for Glo Magazine- The Corners of My Mind

            I have a tendency to remember things. I can tell you all about a red pair of Keds tennis shoes I had when I was two along with an entire conversation I had with my brother while he tied those particular shoes onto my feet. 585 more words

Glo Magazine

Even my 11 and 16-year old Forget and Misplace Things

For those of us watching a parent with dementia we battle our internal fears that we are fated to follow in their footsteps. The medical community doesn’t have all the answers, and from the research I’ve read as well as based on… 315 more words

A Day In The Life Of Dementia

Porn and Working Memory

“Around half of 15 to 17-year-olds have accessed porn on a smartphone or tablet” (BBC, 2014).

Surprised by the quote above?

Whatever the answer, your feelings on how these behaviours may impact upon young people’s perception of sex may well be mixed. 594 more words

Difficulty 1

Signs of cognitive decline that we should worry about

It was recently reported that tip-of-the-tongue phenomena isn’t something that we need to worry excessively about.

It appears that older people have the experience of not being able to identify someone famous or find the name of something more frequently than younger people (“ 308 more words

Raising Awareness