3 benefits of smiling

My mother used to tell me that a smile is just a frown turned upside down. That would always bring a smile to my face because I could picture someone twisting my lips and the laughter would begin. According to the Consumer Guide to Dentistry there are eight different components of a smile, practically from […]

How To Stay Young (At Least In Spirit) When You’re Retired

Mohr Keet of South Africa bungee jumped when he was 96, landing himself in the Guinness Board of World Records. Yuichiro Miura of Japan climbed Mount Everest when he was 80. Not everyone in the golden years of life will attempt and accomplish such extraordinary feats, but most people can take steps to keep themselves […]

8 Steps That Can Lead You To A More Fulfilling Life

Instead of being rigid in our lives and jobs and relationships, let’s learn to be adaptable.  Let’s learn to pivot, to try new things without overthinking.  John Neyland has a new book out that changes the way we think, and act.  If your New Year’s Resolution is for a BETTER life, a more flourishing life, […]

The Review Broads “Damn Good” New Year’s Resolutions

  Just recently I ordered dog biscuits that had been recommended to me from Broad Z (Zippy from Champagne Living) called Damn Good Dog Treats for Clem – and they were …damn good, that is.  I had hesitated ordering because I thought – “damn good” – is that Good Enough?  Better Than?  Great?  I’m that […]

Reinventing Yourself in 2017

How you Can Restore The Passion And Purpose To Your Life Many Americans in the latter stage of a career – or even already in retirement – have discovered that it’s never too late to reinvent themselves. Folk artist Grandma Moses was in her late 70s before she began her painting career. Colonel Harland Sanders […]

Happy Holidays from The Review Broads

Broad A and the entire staff at The Review Broads wishes you a very happy holiday season.

Grab Your Fast And Go Healthy This New Year!

Too much holiday cheer? Fatty foods, sweet treats, alcoholic drinks?  Fear not! The New Year is your chance to hit the reset button and go healthy. One way to do that is to try a fast. “You can lose at least a pound a day, get rid of foggy brain, and recharge your energy,” says […]

Donate for the holidays – CenturyLink

CenturyLink, a company with a huge heart If you live in Utah, you know that CenturyLink is our premiere digitial communications company, but did you also know that they provide programs to assist to those in the community who have needs? Yes, you see CenturyLink gives back to those it services, and for me that is […]

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS – Hearts and Hoops

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS CenturyLink and the Utah Jazz and George Hill are partnering for Hearts and Hoops to assist our community for the HOLIDAYS (Salt Lake City, Utah). CenturyLink, a digital communications service in Utah, helps customers connect to the internet and other information services.  They are THE company who keeps The Review Broads […]

Balancing 101

What the heck does that mean? For me, it means just that — balance.  When I am worried about something I tend to go black and white with everything around me.  My friends are all narcissists my kids are hateful, my grandchildren don’t love me.  BUT the real issue is a health problem that I […]