Category Archives: Memoirs of a Gerontology Student

DRINK WATER, EXHALE AND REST

Drink water, exhale and rest I appreciate it when people quit. Don’t get me wrong here, I’m talking about when you know you have finished your race and what is left is that moment to drink chilled water, exhale and rest. A life is valuable when it’s devoid of illness and unnecessary ‘world’ stress. When […]

MUSINGS

I have been thinking about what to share today for the past 4 days and I can’t come up with any. So, today I will be sharing one of my thoughts that I typed on my phone on my birthday in November 2017.   Musings 1 I have worked with children especially babies as I […]

AGEING AND MY MOM

My mom’s birthday is this week and I┬ámade this thread on Twitter last year while studying for my Masters in Gerontology and Ageing Studies.   Ageing And Iya Jade   This was the type of car that did all my primary school rounds Plus, all the extra lessons and extracurricular activities, you can think of […]

My Vision for HoldTheAge.com

I’m fascinated by the ways of older people because of the peculiarities that they exhibit, more like working with them or staying around them gives me life. I have learnt and I am still learning a lot from them as well and one thing is certain, they do not want to be perceived as helpless […]

AGEING AND HOBBY

It was my dad’s 87th birthday yesterday and here is a thread I made on Twitter last year when I was contemplating of starting a blog for old people.     AGEING AND HOBBY A young man is a year younger today Ever since I have known and called him father, have I also known […]