Becky Sisley, 76, is a yellow streak, dressed head to toe in Duck colors. Throughout her decades at Oregon she’s been a teacher, coach, women’s athletic director and head of Physical Education Undergraduate Studies.
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Each decade of Tony Losco’s 81 years has brought with it a lifetime of experiences, from his upbringing in a traditional Italian family in 1930s New Jersey to facing a court martial in the 1950s to a non-profit video production company he set up in his retirement.
Most modern stylists won’t know how to do a shampoo set or victory rolls. Third-generation stylist Dawn Baby, in Eugene, however, will get right to work and look the part in a 1940s or ’50s dress with her own hair in a vintage style to boot.
Throughout most of our lives, moves come with a sense of “pregnant anticipation,” explains Diane Masarie, owner of Move-In Comfort. There’s a sense of moving on to something bigger and better—moving to college, moving into your first home, moving into a bigger home when children arrive, moving to a nicer home. But when seniors move, […]
Perhaps your college years ended long ago. Still, that’s no reason to stop cracking open the books. The difference between learning during your early life and learning later on is that you don’t have to worry about grades, homework or pulling all-nighters cramming for exams. Learning in retirement is just for the fun of it.