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Evan on March 24th, 2010

I am having a dialogue with Sarah Luczaj over on the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life blog. It is about our experience and how it relates to who we are. We don’t know much about what goes in the world, and we are unaware of much that goes on in ourselves too (there is physical […]

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When we set out to study old age, we are to some extent studying recent history. We are studying the way the currently old behaved in their youth and middle age. And this can be 20, 50 or even 70 or more years ago, if we are looking at the very old. Things have changed […]

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My next eBook will be on Societies Characterised by a Healthy Old Age and what we can learn from them. This will be backed up by what we know about mind-body medicine and what works to keep us healthy. I’m excited about it. It’s something of my big book on health. What we know that […]

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Evan on February 4th, 2010

After a big change am I still me? We have grown so much since we were six months old – does it make much sense to think of ourselves as being the same person? These are the sorts of things I’m puzzling about in my guest post on the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life blog. […]

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Evan on January 24th, 2010

One theme of the last two decades of my life has been: how do I make my money doing what I love? This blog and my website is part of finding the answer to this question. I have been blogging fairly consistently for a couple of years now and have read much on blogging and […]

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Evan on January 9th, 2010

The World of Hamish McBeth My partner and I don’t bother about Christmas very much. It doesn’t mean much to her and I loathe the commercialism; so we tend to leave it alone. This year I did buy myself a small Christmas present – a Hamish McBeth novel, called Death of a Charming Man, from […]

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Evan on December 9th, 2009

Regrets aren’t pleasant but I do think regret is interesting – and that we can learn from it. This is the topic of my guest post on the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life blog. It is called Do You Have Regrets? In it I cover the idea that ‘it is useless to worry about about […]

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Evan on December 7th, 2009

My interview with Michelle Vandepas is now up on her site Talking Purpose with Michelle. We talked about what it means to live authentically, a danger of meditation, my background as an Evangelical Christian and much more. I hope you like it. You can go to it from here. Would you like to feel less […]

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