Post Tagged with: "active"

Have ‘the time of your life’

Have ‘the time of your life’

2 October 2014 / Miscellaneous / No comments

The National Library Board and the Council for Third Age encourage lifelong learning in a month-long festival.

 
Paddling hard

Paddling hard

30 September 2014 / Inspiring Figures / 1 comment

Michael Chia joined dragon boating in 2013 and today, he holds his own during training with rowers half his age.

 
50 is the new 45!

50 is the new 45!

11 September 2014 / Health / No comments

New survey by GSK shows that ageing is seen as a positive phase and a chance to fulfil passions.

 
A juggling act

A juggling act

20 August 2014 / Inspiring Figures / No comments

Ahamed Ali Khan has been blessed to fulfil his childhood dream of becoming an actor as well as a writer. But at times, he feels torn.

 
Ageing actively

Ageing actively

8 May 2014 / Inspiring Figures / 2 comments

Don’t expect this grandmother to be attending to her grandchildren or preening her garden. She is busy managing her online business selling ready-to-wear batik designs. 

 
Remembering the younger days

Remembering the younger days

24 April 2014 / Inspiring Figures / 2 comments

A survivor of the tragic Bukit Ho Swee fire of 1961, James Seah has found a way to deal with his younger days by blogging about it.

 
Adding a little muscle

Adding a little muscle

22 April 2014 / Products / 3 comments

With muscle mass decreasing with age, this powder formula helps support muscle maintenance.

 
Adding a little kopi with toast

Adding a little kopi with toast

30 March 2014 / Miscellaneous / No comments

A new initiative by the Council for Third Age to get active seniors to help the less active ones adopt a more exciting lifestyle.

 
ACES in the hole

ACES in the hole

25 March 2014 / Health / No comments

The ACES Club, which is mirrored from AARP in the US, is hoping to get older adults to remain relevant and a source of inspiration for their community.

 
Getting socially-engaged

Getting socially-engaged

3 February 2014 / Health / No comments

A senior who is engaged with activities tends to be both healthier and happier. As such, four NTU students have made it their mission to keep more seniors active.