Aging Like Fine Wine

Welcome to the FineWiner blog forum. This blog is about aging in a positive and productive manner.

This blog is a resource and forum for people who are intent on aging like a fine cabernet rather than turning into a bottle of cheap vinegar.

This is a digital community for people who are weary of whining about aging. Certainly there can be plenty to whine about, as we get older. After all, we all will eventually die. My intention with this forum is to be real, not Pollyannaish and drunk with denial. Conversely, this blog is for people who prefer to view their limitations as challenges......READ MORE

Dr. Timothy D. Berry

Latest Stories & Articles

We Are Not Meant to Live Isolated Lives

For most of human history, homo sapiens lived in small bands, towns, and villages.  Always there we......... more »

Ask Dr. Tim: I have been diagnosed with “Pseudo Seizures”…am I going CRAZY?

Q I am a 61-year-old female who has recently been diagnosed with something called "pseudo seizures"......... more »

Using the Epistolary Form Helps Us Write Meaningfully

The word epistolary comes from the Greek epistol?, which means “letter.” Writers use the lette......... more »

Planning a Wedding After 50:  Lawyers, Botox, and Tombstones

I am 53 now and will be 54 by the time I get married this summer.  No, this is not my first rodeo.......... more »

Virtual Reality

Now I am really showing my age and old fuddy-duddy-ism! I don’t know about you but I find the vari......... more »

Fallen Leaves

When I was a kid in Terre Haute, Indiana, fall meant raking leaves. It was the only yard work I enjo......... more »

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