I saw this challenge before I read the rules. I'm not a Vocal+ member, but I've written this essay on musical decades, so enjoy!
Most people get annoyed when a song gets stuck on repeat in their heads every single second of every single day. It's enough to make you take up the sounds of silence. I've been trained, however, to notice whatever goes through the mind as some kind of message from the Universe, so I listen a little more closely than others do.
Through no fault of our own, every American (indeed, everyone world-wide) is in detention. For the first couple months, it was great. We could sleep in, eat whenever we wanted, laze in a hot bubble bath, and watch TV until we went into a coma. Good times.
I'll bet you read all the blogs and articles written about seniors. After all, they cover important stuff such as what we should wear, the food we should eat, natural methods for caring for ourselves and natural medicines to take. All this helps. We're grateful that someone takes the time to talk to us, even if it is only online.
Go ahead, admit it. You just danced in your chair when you watched the video. It's okay to admit that you dance in your car as you're driving it as well. What no one tells you is that you're getting some exercise (see, and you thought you were just having some fun) in the bargain. It is fun, and it's good for you, but how?
As the body ages, nutrients vital to the body's health disappear. Our skin is the largest organ in the body, and it takes the most abuse over the years. As we age, the skin becomes thin, discolored, and the texture of parchment. The good news is that skin can be toned as well as retain moisture. This makes senior skin look younger. How can we do this?