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7 ways To Help Maintain Your Independence As You Age

By Jane Duncan Rogers / July 19, 2019 / 1 Comment

In my recent survey, the issue of being a burden, or maintaining your independence as you age was the one thing that most people mentioned. Find out what you can do right now to help yourself in the future.

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TedX talk now over 5000 views!

By Jane Duncan Rogers / July 6, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you haven’t yet looked at my TedX talk, do please – it’s now reached over 5000 people, which makes my heart sing to see the seed being planted of how very important this topic is.

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Let Go of the Unnecessary Stuff!

By Jane Duncan Rogers / June 8, 2019 / 0 Comments

How on earth does anyone ever actually manage to let go of the unnecessary stuff that lies around in the house? I’ve got some suggestions for you…

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Is there such a thing as a good death?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 15, 2019 / 2 Comments

In a world of increasing uncertainty death is one thing we all know for sure will happen. Is there such a thing as a good death?

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Short Video Series on End of Life Planning

By Jane Duncan Rogers / April 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

In a series of five video chats with Sixty And Me founder Margaret Manning, Jane takes a detailed and sympathetic look at the challenges of making a good end of life plan.

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Death ‘Could’ Happen To You Too!

By Jane Duncan Rogers / March 28, 2019 / 2 Comments

After my husband died, I became bound up with the idea that death could happen to me too. If a cancer diagnosis had come out of the blue for him, it could indeed happen to me too.  The next thought, on the heels of that one, was ‘what if I die when I’m not enjoying…

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How To Keep Someone Alive In Your Heart

By Jane Duncan Rogers / February 18, 2019 / 0 Comments

Just because someone dies, does not mean you forget them – on the contrary they stay alive in your heart for as long as you want or need them to. That’s what was happening last week when I attended a charity evening run by Moray Business Women, the local networking club to which I belong.…

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Intention-Directions vs Goals

By Jane Duncan Rogers / January 7, 2019 / 1 Comment

‘I don’t set goals, instead I focus on being me, loving myself as much as possible, taking opportunities that present themselves to me and watching my life unfold before me’. This is a paraphrase of what was said by a woman for whom I have a huge amount of respect. Louise L Hay is author…

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Overwhelming feelings at Xmas

By Jane Duncan Rogers / December 13, 2018 / 4 Comments

Thinking ahead to Christmas Day, or whichever day you celebrate in your faith, overwhelming feelings can easily arise  when you think of the empty chair at the meal table; or no need to buy a present any more; or no present to look forward to receiving. Your heart is a mixture of emotions – on…

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When Your Parents Die, What Happens?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / November 14, 2018 / 13 Comments

Someone said to me recently that when your parents die, if they are old, have led a good life, and are ready to go, then you don’t grieve so much. I have recently discovered both the truth and untruth of this, when my Dad died on 25th September, and then my Mum died just a…

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